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I've worked for the county for over 16 years and my hourly wage is around $15.50. No raises an only occasional COLA's. Traffic is horrible and bus fares have risen to $77 a month and are going up again next year. My commute, door to door is about 2 hours a day.
I'm just trying to hold on until I turn 66 in December when I can draw full S.S. and move to a smaller town.
Emily, perhaps you meant Omaha, NE to be a "capital" place to work.
It is NOT the capitol of NE. That honor is given to fair city of Lincoln, NE.
Please have someone (who KNOWS) check geography for your future U.S. posts; auto correct & spell check won't cut it.
Why is 60 now the new time to retire???? Never was before??? Everyone worked till 65 and then received SS...now all you hear is ' those old people want to work forever and take our jobs". I waited for the generation before me to retired, now you wait for me!!!!! I’ll retire when I am good and ready not because you little winey bunch want me to. It’s nobody’s business why I am working till 65…..
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