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Fewer women anticipate retirement as being enjoyable, with only 36 percent describing it as a time to relax and indulge, compared with 40 percent of men. (Photo: Getty)

It certainly isn’t the case for all American workers, but the respondents to a survey from T. Rowe Price are certainly in a good frame of mind about their potential for an ideal retirement.

The study, “Understanding Investor Attitudes Toward Retirement,” queried a pool of respondents constituting 2,001 individuals, age 36 or older, who are either retired or who have taken initial steps to prepare for retirement.

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