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Fact of the Week: 15 October 2012

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Only 18% of U.S. Adults Expect to Stop Working when They Reach Retirement Age

According to a 2012 global survey of workers and retirees, among U.S. respondents, only 18% of current workers are "expecting to stop working immediately when they reach retirement age." Worldwide, the majority of current workers (60%) expect to keep working in some manner beyond their retirement age.

Aegon. (2012). The changing face of retirement : The Aegon retirement readiness survey 2012. The Hague, Netherlands: Aegon Group. Retrieved from

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