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Fact of the Week: 14 December 2015

FACT OF THE WEEK

Almost half of full-time workers aged 50-64 plan to retire between ages 65-69

According to a 2015 AARP survey of full-time workers aged 50-64, "the most popular age for [projected] retirement falls between 65-69 (45%).  The balance of respondents are split between retiring early, before the age of 65 (23%), or late, at 70+ (26%).  Very few (6%) have no plans to retire. (p. 4)
       
 
       
Anderson, G. (2015). AARP post-retirement career study. Washington DC: AARP. Retrieved from http://www.aarp.org
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