Not me. I'm the kind of a guy that is pretty introverted and I don't like too many people other than women. No way I would ever put up working for someone until I was 70 unless I had no choice. That would be pretty bad unless I owned the business. I don't like anyone telling me what to do.
After I retired from the military at 43 I had a couple of add on jobs. I just didn't like the work, didn't like working with civilians, their dress, work habits, health habits etc. I'd look at them and either pity them or get angry at them depending on the mood I was in.
The last job I had was OK, I volunteered to do the work without pay doing computer labs. Matter of fact I enjoy doing volunteer work rather than working for pay providing they understand things and understand I am retired and nobody tells me what to do.
No, life is too short. You need to line something up in your early years, move through the ranks and retire as soon as you can financially afford to. I laugh at anyone that says: "I just gotta work, I don't have to, I just have ta." Yeah, you don't have to all right bro, you "don't have ta" you can just go ahead, have your home foreclosed, your car repossessed.
I feel sorry for people that grow old and still must work. That is no way to live life. Nobody should work past age 55 unless they have no choice.