Closed Captioning ON OFF apply | reset x Text Display Background Enhancements font Times New Roman Arial Comic Sans size T T T T color share link September 28th, 2013 More Americans working after age 65 It's not your grandparents' -- or even your parents' -- retirement anymore. According to studies, more retirees are working after 65. NBC's John Yang reports. More video Sponsored Content Now Playing What Does Today's Crash Mean for Your Portfolio Sponsored Content Now Playing Restaurant Allows Tips for Wait Staff, Kitchen Staff Sponsored Content Now Playing Hispanic Entrepreneurs: LASIO Haircare Founder, CEO Nadine Ramos Sponsored Content Now Playing College Savings 101: What's a 529? NBC News Drupal Now Playing Josh Mankiewicz Previews 'Twisted Tale' Now Playing As Search Ends, Parents of Lost El Faro Crew Members Face Grim Reality Now Playing Inside North Korea Now Playing Trump Invites Ecstatic Hispanic Supporter on Stage in Nevada TRENDING Now Playing World's oldest person reveals what she eats for breakfast every morning Now Playing NYC's hottest new restaurant is in a Columbia dorm room Now Playing How life may change for grandmother who won Powerball Now Playing Rupert Murdoch under fire for 'racial divide' tweet Most Watched Now Playing Sponsored Content Let's do 'The Time Warp': 'Rocky Horror' cast reunites 40 years later Now Playing Sponsored Content Joe Giudice of 'Real Housewives' on wife Teresa's jail time: 'I was to blame' Now Playing Sponsored Content It's a family reunion for 'Family Ties' cast after 25 years Now Playing Sponsored Content FBI reportedly foils plot to sell nuclear materials to ISIS Now Playing Sponsored Content South Carolina on alert for dam breaks after historic rainfall Now Playing Sponsored Content Should your marriage undergo an annual performance review? Now Playing Sponsored Content Which celebrity never guest-starred on 'Family Ties'?