Among other things, EBRI writes in "Employment Status of Workers Age 55 and Older" in its August issue of EBRI Notes that:
- those aged 55 or older in the labor force increased from about 29% n 1993 to 38% in 2006
- those aged 65–69 in the labor force increased from about 18% in 1985 to 29% in 2006.
- the percentage of workers age 55 or older who work full time, full year steadily increased from 54% in 1993 to 64% in 2005.
- across each race/ethnicity category, the percentage of workers age 55 or older working full time, full year increased from 1987 to 2005.