Americans now feel entitled to spend nearly a third of their adult lives in retirement. Their jobs are less physically demanding than their parents' were, but they're retiring younger and typically start collecting Social Security by age 62. Most could keep working - fewer than 10 percent of people 65 to 75 are in poor health - but, like Bartleby the Scrivener, they prefer not to.
Because we all know all jobs are as soft and easy as being a NY Times conservative editorialist.
Meanwhile, he brings up the Chilean retirement canard.
Can I call him a douche again?