If you already think finding a job is hard, then you might want to sit down, because it could become even more difficult. A new study says that a nearly a quarter of Americans don't plan to quit the one they have.

The Associated Press and non-partisan NORC at the University of Chicago were responsible for the poll. According to the study, money is a main factor why some will attempt to continue working, rather than retire.

About one-third of Americans over 50 feel unprepared for retirement.  For younger adults, that number climbs to 56%.

In June, the government said 20% of Americans 65 and older -- well past the traditional retirement age -- were either working or looking for a job. 

Average life expectancy in the U.S. is about 79 years, although the Center for Disease Control and Prevention announced in December that the number declined for a third consecutive year. The drop was attributed to the country's drug crisis and climbing suicide rates.

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Starbucks is finally selling its new Tie-Dye Frappuccino after photos leaked last month. 

An autistic student graduated high school in New York last month.  Now a video of him getting his diploma is going viral, because the crowd gave him a SILENT ovation.

Candy and caffeine past your bedtime are apparently so 2004. A new study says grandparents now spoil their grandchildren with extra time on a phone, tablet or computer. 

Most air travelers would agree: being a flight attendant is tough. But that job's even tougher because of the behavior of some passengers.