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The city’s annual payment to its pension system, to fund retirees and future retirees, is ballooning as well.

Early in the coronavirus pandemic, Betty Conner, a 71-year-old retiree, was suddenly feeling very young.

“Every document that I have read about who the pandemic has hurt and who it has not leads me to believe retirees have more discretionary money than any other age group,” McIntosh said.

Even before shots are available to the broad population, the state is struggling to assemble an inoculation-certified workforce, and appealing to medical retirees to help.

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The consultant said the donations would help create trust with parents, women and new retirees and recommended targeting the community through Stimson’s Facebook page.

Typically of Salmond he stood down not with the kind words of a retiree, but with the point-scoring aggression of an old warrior.

This last living WWII-vet Oval Office occupant chooses to show his retiree rebellion in a succession of colorful socks.

But the bondholders don't absorb nearly as much money as payrolls and retiree benefits.

We are now counting on having each retiree be supported by just two workers, which is not a very safe bet.

But just because investment risk is taken off the retiree does not mean that it goes away.


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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to retiree, such as: pensioner, senior, elderly person, geriatric, golden ager, and oap.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.