Financial pain of pandemic may force 25 percent of workforce to delay retirement
And one in four respondents say their finances have worsened over the past six months, according to a new Willis Towers Watson survey.
By Alan Goforth|December 15, 2020 at 03:33 PM
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One-fourth of American employees expect to delay retirement because of the impact of the pandemic on their finances, a survey by Willis Towers Watson found.
The 2020 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey found the percentage of employees living paycheck to paycheck during the pandemic has remained steady at 37 percent, roughly the same as in 2019. However, one in four respondents say their finances have worsened over the past six months.
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