Nearly 4 in 10 Americans are worried that they won’t have enough money saved to retire, according to a Pew Research Center survey
. The fear is more prevalent today than it was at the end of the Great Recession in 2009.
Thirty-somethings are among the most worried: Half of adults aged 36 to 40 are worried that they won’t be able to save enough to sustain a comfortable retirement, noted the Pew survey. This age group was reportedly more concerned than those near or at retirement age.
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