Workers’ confidence in their ability to retire has beenrelatively stable during 2016, and is higher than its 2013 level.But that doesn’t necessarily mean that workers are really preparingall that well for retirement.

According to State Street Global Advisors’ fourth annual globalretirement confidence survey, workers’ confidence level, fairlyconsistent with what it was in 2015, nonetheless isn’t all thatencouraging.

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