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Fact of the Week: 28 July 2014

Half of Working Retirees Take a Break Before Working in Retirement

"About half (52%) of working retirees say they took a break from working when they first retired. The average career intermission is roughly two and a half years (or 29 months)," according to a 2014 analysis of data from a survey by Merrill Lynch.
       
Merrill Lynch. (2014). Work in retirement: Myths and motivations. U.S.: Merrill Lynch. Retrieved from www.wealthmanagement.ml.com.
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