Whatever other goals they may have, people just aren't looking forward to retirement the way they used to — even those who have already retired. 

That's what can be concluded from a survey conducted for the Federal Reserve for its report on economic well-being, which presented several grim facts about the U.S. population and its progress (or lack thereof) toward retirement. 

Among the most troubling facts were these: Among those aged 55-64, those who should be on the verge of leaving the workplace for some hard-earned leisure, 19 percent had nothing saved toward retirement.

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