Are long-embattled American workers willing to sacrifice a bigger portion of their paychecks for long-term retirement security?

According to more data released from the 2011 Towers Watson Retirement Attitudes Survey, more than half of the 9,000-plus respondents said they would readily trade a slice of their pay for better retirement benefits or health care costs that don't explode on each annual renewal.

Across the board, employees continue to be concerned about their retirement prospects, as ongoing financial malaise, layoffs, wage freezes and benefit rollbacks have eaten into their ability to save for retirement.

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