The Ms. generation finds itself staring at a glass ceiling that hasn't shattered.
Home foreclosures continue to rack the U.S. economy
and housing market.
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The digital revolution, changes in consumer habits
and an aging population are continuing to reshape the job market, experts suggest.
The nation's job market took a sharp turn for the worse last month as
employers abruptly curbed their hiring and the unemployment rate rose —
grim evidence that the economic recovery is faltering.
More than 59 million retirees can expect
a bump up in Social Security benefits next year.
Reverse mortgages allow people 62 and older to borrow against their home
equity, but it's unwise to do so without expert advice.
Charles Mills purchased his house in 2006 for $308,500. Current value: $105,797. He can barely afford to stay. But he also can't afford to move.