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4 in 10 Latino workers have access to a retirement plan

 

 
“Overall, only 57% of wage and salary employees age 25-64 work for an employer that sponsors a retirement plan…Only 54% of Black, 54% of Asian employees and 38% of Latino employees age 25-64 work for an employer that sponsors a retirement plan, compared to 62% of white employees,” according to a 2013 analysis of Current Population Survey data.  (p. 3, Fig. 1)
       
 
        Rhee, N. (2013). Race and retirement insecurity in the United States. Washington, DC: National Institute on Retirement Security. Retrieved from  Retrieved from this source.
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