When it comes to retirement saving, women start out behind andfinish up that way.

That’s according to the annual Global Investor Pulse Survey fromBlackRock, which found that fewer women (53 percent) than men (65percent) have started saving for retirement.

They don’t catch up, either, and have accumulated less than halfas much toward their golden years as men have — just $34,900,compared with men’s $76,800.

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