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​It might not surprise you to know that a place like Washington, D.C.—where living expenses are high and jobs are plentiful—has among the largest percentages of people 65 and older who are still working.

It might be more surprising to learn that the only city where there’s a higher percentage of seniors working is the Dallas suburb of Plano, Texas. In fact, of the 10 U.S. cities with the highest percentage of working seniors, half of them are in the Lone Star State.

Those findings come from a recent study that ranked U.S. cities by the percentage of seniors who remain on the job. Provision Living, a St. Louis-based company that provides assisted-living homes for seniors, commissioned the study. Digital Third Coast conducted it.

The study…



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Credit to Dana Wilkie for the original post.

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