Travel, time with the family and volunteer work are some of the traditional perks of retirement, but there's another very modern picture, and that includes work.
Eighty percent of baby boomers say when retirement day comes, they'll still be on the job. In some cases, because they want to be and in others, because they have to be.
"I won't ever stop working," said Grant Aufderhar, 62.
Many companies now offer bridge jobs, full- or part-time work designed to ease the move into...Full Story