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Fewer People Expect to Stop Working at 'Retirement' Age
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May 28, 2014
"A phased, flexible retirement is now the reality for the majority of employees, with 32% of [survey respondents] expecting to stop work completely at retirement age.... Only 19% of respondents were 'very' or 'extremely' confident that they could retire with a comfortable lifestyle, while 34% are pessimistic about having enough money to live on once they leave the workplace."

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