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With growing concerns about their retirement funds, a new poll revealed that most baby boomers are nervous they may have to continue working for the rest of their lives.

The Associated Press-LifeGoesStrong.com polled 1,160 baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964. Just 11% said they were strongly convinced they will be able to live in comfort. Forty-four percent had little or no faith in having enough money to live on after their careers end. Fifty-percent were a bit more optimistic saying they were somewhat or very certain their savings were enough for retirement.

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