Employers think age 70 is too old to work, while workers say it is age 75
In the 19th annual retirement survey conducted by Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies (TCRS); the focus was on the need for workers with greater longevity expectations to remain in the workforce longer than previous generations. The survey found that 69 percent of employers say many employees at their company expect to work past age 65 or to not retire at all, but among workers, 53 percent plan to work past age 65 or to never retire. Read article here…
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