A new study finds retirement benefits keep affluent employees committed to an employer, more so than health care benefits.

According to the latest Merrill Lynch Affluent Insights Quarterly, a survey of the values, financial priorities and concerns of affluent Americans, 60 percent of employees cite retirement benefits are a big factor other than compensation and promotions that keep them loyal to a company.

Health care benefits fall close behind in importance at 58 percent, and simply enjoying what they do also comes in at 58 percent.

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