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September 2002, Vol. 125, No. 9
The labor force participation of older women: retired? working? both?Elizabeth T. Hill
Noneconomic factors—such as level of education, job flexibility in work hours, and physical stress—appear to influence older women’s labor force participation more strongly than economic ones, resulting in many “retired” women who are employed.
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