Without the pension she lost when McDonnell-Douglas closed its Tulsa plant in 1994 to cut retirement expenses, former employee Ruby Oakley, 74, now works five days a week for minimum wage as a crossing guard to supplement her Social Security.
Without the pension she lost when McDonnell-Douglas closed its Tulsa plant in 1994 to cut retirement expenses, former employee Ruby Oakley, 74, now works five days a week for minimum wage as a crossing guard to supplement her Social Security. Nick Oxford For The Washington Post
Without the pension she lost when McDonnell-Douglas closed its Tulsa plant in 1994 to cut retirement expenses, former employee Ruby Oakley, 74, now works five days a week for minimum wage as a crossing guard to supplement her Social Security. Nick Oxford For The Washington Post

Managing pension funds isn’t easy, but should we be forced to work into our 70s?

January 17, 2018 05:00 AM