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8 in 10 employers say they support employees working past age 65

"78% of employers agree that they are supportive of their employees working past age 65 and delaying retirement, including 31% who 'strongly agree' and 47% who 'somewhat agree.' On the other hand, workers are less likely to believe that their employers are indeed supportive, with 71% agreeing that their employers are supportive, of whom 23% 'strongly agree' and 48% 'somewhat agree,' according to the 2016 Transamerica retirement survey.
        Collinson, S. (2016). The current state of 401(k)s: The employer's perspective. 16th annual Transamerica retirement survey. Los Angeles: Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies. (p. 37) Retrieved from this source.
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