The real story about retirement: Millions of baby boomers face financial crisis
Judy Davis works for a nonprofit organization helping homeless families overcome obstacles, find a place to live and bring stability to their children’s lives. “Kids are my passion,” Davis said. “Anything I can do to help kids, that’s what I’m here for.”
The St. Paul woman is happy with her job and plans to continue working as long as she can. Which is good because, at 57, Davis has saved very little money to live on in retirement.