At what age do most CRNA's retire? Is it realistic to expect to practice into your late 60's or is the job more than most at that age can handle? I am asking because I am at 42 y/o career changer getting a BSN with the intention of pursuing a CRNA. Wondering if the amount of time I would have to practice will support the amount of debt I will incur. I would be 48 by the time I would be done with school.