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Fewer Employers Offer Pension Plans -- Employees Forced to Change Savings and Investment Habits
Scripps Howard News Service via Seattle Post-Intelligencer Link to more items from this source
June 6, 2006
Excerpt: Only 37 of the nation's 100 largest companies offered traditional pensions to new hires last year. That's down from 42 in 2004, 50 in 2002 and 89 in 1985, benefits consultant Watson Wyatt reports.

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