Retirees Would Return to Work Under the Right Conditions

More Than Half Of Retirees Would Return to Work Under the Right Conditions

Are you planning to work in retirement? If so, is it because you need money? The recent American Working Conditions Survey (AWCS) from the Rand Corporation think tank suggests another reason – you want to be there.

A Rand brief on the AWCS survey compared working conditions and expectations of older workers (age 50 and up) to those of workers in their prime working years (ages 35 to 49).

Over half of those aged fifty and above who weren’t working or looking for work said they would return to work under the right conditions – but what are those conditions? Do they match up well with today’s workplace?
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Only 37% Of Millennials Have Retirement Accounts

 Few millennials Have Retirement Accounts -- New Study Shows Lack of Retirement Preparation
Who’s thinking about retirement when they’re young? Only about a third of millennials have retirement accounts.

They’re typically not a priority for young workers – but they should be. That’s precisely the time to take the greatest advantage of compounding interest by contributing as much as your fledgling budget can afford.

A new study from the University of Missouri suggests that millennials, the youngest working generation, are not sufficiently preparing for retirement.

Few Millennials Have Retirement Accounts

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