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Ekerdt DJ, Hackney JK. Workers' Ignorance of Retirement Benefits. The Gerontologist. 2002;42(4):543-51.
Bronchetti ETodd. Workers' Compensation and Consumption Smoothing. Journal of Public Economics. 2012;96(5-6):495-508. doi:10.1016/j.jpubeco.2011.12.005.
Polachek SW. Worker Well-being. Amsterdam: New York and Tokyo; 2000.
Shuey K. Worker preferences, spousal coordination, and participation in an employer-sponsored pension plan. Research on Aging. 2004;26(3):287-316.
Daly MC, Bound J. Worker Adaptation and Employer Accommodations Following the Onset of a Health Impairment. The Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 1996;51B(2):S53-S60.
Lunau T, Wahrendorf M, Dragano N, Siegrist J. Work stress and depressive symptoms in older employees: Impact of national labour and social policies. BMC Public Health. 2013;13(1).
Silver MPannor. Work, retirement, and well-being: Does what you did for a living influence how you feel in retirement? Women's retirement and self-assessed well-being: An analysis of three measures of well-being among recent and long-term retirees relative to homemakers. Public Policy Studies. 2010;PhD:176.
Wan WH. Work Hour Trajectories, Marital Quality, and Health of Couples Across the Life Course. 2015.
Biggs S, McGann M, Bowman D, Kimberley H. Work, health and the commodification of life's time: reframing work–life balance and the promise of a long life. Ageing and Society. 2017;37(07):1458-1483. doi:10.1017/S0144686X16000404.
Falba TA, Sindelar JL, Gallo WT. Work expectations, realizations, and depression in older workers. J Ment Health Policy Econ. 2009;12(4):175-86.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20195005?dopt=Abstract
Börsch-Supan A. Work Disability: The Effects of Demography, Health, and Disability Insurance. In: Wise DA, ed. Research Findings in the Economics of Aging. Research Findings in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2010:37-58.
Banks J, Kapteyn A, James P. Smith, van Soest A. Work Disability is a Pain in the , Especially in England, The Netherlands, and the United States. RAND Labor and Population Program; 2005.
Short PFarley, Vasey JJ, BeLue R. Work disability associated with cancer survivorship and other chronic conditions. Psychooncology. 2008;17(1):91-7. doi:10.1002/pon.1194.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17429835?dopt=Abstract
Wilson S, Burton J, Howell BL. Work Disability Among Non-Elderly Adult Males: The United States, 1893-2001. Brigham Young University; 2003.
Quach ED. Work and the Family in Later Life: The Effects of Role Stressors, Role Enhancement, and Role Conflict on Self-Perceptions on Aging. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. Forthcoming. doi:10.1177/0091415018812404.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30458630?dopt=Abstract
Johnson R, Butrica BA, Mommaerts C. Work and Retirement Patterns for the G.I. Generation, Silent Generation, and Early Boomers: Thirty Years of Change.; 2010.
Quinn JF. Work and Retirement: How and When Older Americans Leave the Labor Force.; 2010.
Boissonneault M, de Beer J. Work Ability Trajectories and Retirement Pathways A Longitudinal Analysis of Older American Workers . Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2018;60(7):7.
Johnson R, Favreault MM, Mommaerts C. Work Ability and the Social Insurance Safety Net in the Years Prior to Retirement. The Urban Institute; 2010.
Hannon K. Work a Little, Play a Little: A New Retirement Strategy. The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/21/your-money/work-a-little-play-a-little-a-new-retirement-strategy.html. Published 2016.
Runge SK, Craig BM, Jim HS. Word Recall: Cognitive Performance Within Internet Surveys. JMIR Mental Health. 2015;2(2):e20. doi:10.2196/mental.3969.
Isaacs K. Women's retirement insecurity across U.S. birth cohorts. 2010;Ph.D.:212.
Gillen M, Heath CJ. Women's receipt of Social Security retirement benefits: expectations compared to elections. Journal of women and aging. 2013;25(4):321. doi:10.1080/08952841.2013.816219.
Gillen M. Women's alternative retirement transition options: Social Security retirement benefits and employment status. 2010;Ph.D.:174.
Natanson H. Women who work for a salary see slower memory decline in old age, reducing their risk of dementia, a new study suggests. The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/women-who-work-for-a-salary-see-slower-memory-decline-in-old-age-reducing-their-risk-of-dementia-a-new-study-suggests/2019/07/15/c1819880-a72a-11e9-9214-246e594de5d5_story.html?utm_term=.be88fc18ce2a. Published 2019.