"Retirement" used to mean the end of one chapter of life and the beginning of something new, time spent with family and friends, traveling or focusing on hobbies. Yet for many of today's mature workers, the picture of retirement looks very different: A new CareerBuilder study has found that 57 percent of workers age 60 and over surveyed said they would look for a new job after retiring from their current company.
Could you live on less than $30 a day? If you don't have a pension or adequate personal savings, that's what the typical retiree will get in 2036, even setting aside the near-term risks facing Social Security. But don't despair: There are ways to boost your benefits, and ensure that old age doesn't equal penury.