• Of workers making less than $30,000 with a high school diploma, 33.3 percent participate in a retirement plan.
  • Of workers in the same earning bracket, but with a Bachelor's degree, over 40 percent participate in a retirement plan; of those with a graduate or professional degree, 39.5 percent participate.
  • Of workers with a high school diploma making between $30,000 and $49,999, nearly 55 percent participate in a retirement plan.

Source: EBRI

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