Thursday, October 13, 2005
Boomers worried about retirement!!!!!!
Yes, we all know that, but with the first boomer turning 60 on Jan. 1, 2006, it's a good topic to revisit. Just in time comes a new study today from the MetLife Mature Market Institute. Here's a quote from the news release: A new study, The MetLife Survey of American Attitudes Toward Retirement: What’s Changed?, shows Baby Boomers are increasingly anxious about retirement. Conducted in 2005 with Zogby International, the study set out to compare data from research conducted in 2001. The new study reports that the number of Boomers ‘worried about retirement’ has doubled, with younger members, ages 41 to 49, more likely to voice concern." There is link at bottom of news release to the full report.
Posted by John Cutter at 1:35 PM