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Half of both women and men plan to work after they retire

 
“Half of women (50%) plan to work after they retire, including 11% who plan to work full-time and 39% who plan to work part-time. Similarly, 52% of men plan to work after they retire, including 15% full-time and 37% part-time,” according to the 2017 Transamerica retirement survey of over 4000 adult workers age 18+. (p. 6)
       
 
        Collinson, C. (2017). Seventeen facts about women's retirement outlook: Select findings from the 17th annual Transamerica retirement survey of workers. Los Angeles: Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies. Retrieved from this source.
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