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.

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Retirement Readiness Infographic - Not working longer

  1. 1. 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

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