The expected retirement age is now 67 up from 60 during the 1990s, and a new low of 38% expect...
The expected retirement age is now 67 up from 60 during the 1990s, and a new low of 38% expect to retire comfortably, according to Gallup. That the workforce participation rate will continue to decline (and take the UE rate with it) doesn't jibe with that poll result. Additionally, 33% expect Social Security to be a major source of income, up from 27% just before the financial crisis.
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