Retirement Readiness Infographic - Not working longer
 

Retirement Readiness Infographic - Not working longer

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AEGON's retirement readiness survey shows that people are not willing to work longer to bridge the pension gap.

AEGON's retirement readiness survey shows that people are not willing to work longer to bridge the pension gap.

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  • NEARLY HALF REJECT INCREASE TO RETIREMENT AGE WHAT SHOULD GOVERNMENT DO TO ADDRESS THE FINANCIAL IMPACT OF AN AGING POPULATION ON STATE PENSIONS? 5 OUT OF 10 PEOPLE SURVEYED BELIEVE RETIREMENT AGE SHOULD STAY THE SAME 65%* 37%* HUNGARY FRANCE 51%* 32%* UNITED GERMANY STATES * TOTALS TOTAL COUNTRY GENDER 5.0% 17.0% 46.7% 19.4% 9000 11.8% FRANCE GERMANY HUNGARY Retirement age should increase in line with increases in life expectancy 20.3% 12.8% Retirement age should 21.6% 41.4% increase except for those in dangerous jobs or manual POLAND SPAIN SWEDEN 3.8% workers Retirement age should increase but the increase should be capped irrespective of how much life expectancy 13.8% 10.9% improves 17.2% 52.0% Retirement age should remain unchanged. People are already 6.2% THE UNITED UNITED expected to work long enough NETHERLANDS KINGDOM STATES Don’t knowThe Changing Face of Retirement – The AEGON Retirement Readiness Survey 2012