Adna Bert Baldwin, who taught for 27 years at Kenton Elementary School near Cincinnati, earning a pension before she retired, in Independence, Ky., May 26, 2016. Baldwin is among a small group of older women who enjoy decent pensions. Many women of her generation did not qualify for retirement benefits because they took time away from the workplace to raise children or tend to aging parents.
Adna Bert Baldwin, who taught for 27 years at Kenton Elementary School near Cincinnati, earning a pension before she retired, in Independence, Ky., May 26, 2016. Baldwin is among a small group of older women who enjoy decent pensions. Many women of her generation did not qualify for retirement benefits because they took time away from the workplace to raise children or tend to aging parents. KYLE GRILLOT NYT
Adna Bert Baldwin, who taught for 27 years at Kenton Elementary School near Cincinnati, earning a pension before she retired, in Independence, Ky., May 26, 2016. Baldwin is among a small group of older women who enjoy decent pensions. Many women of her generation did not qualify for retirement benefits because they took time away from the workplace to raise children or tend to aging parents. KYLE GRILLOT NYT

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