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7 in 10 self-employed workers envision a flexible transition to retirement


Almost 70% of self-employed workers envision a flexible transition to retirement. Among those, 46% expect to transition to working part-time or on temporary contracts, while 23% expect to continue working as they currently do. In contrast, 32% of self-employed workers expect to stop working completely and enter full retirement, according to a report from Transamerica based on the global Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey. (Chart 4, p. 10)
        Retirement preparations in a new age of self-employment. (2017). Los Angeles: Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies. Retrieved from this source.
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