Only a quarter of British employees want to fully retire on a set date
The concept of retirement is changing, with more people choosing to work past traditional retirement ages or reduce their hours gradually, research by Aegon has found. Workers in the UK were previously more likely to move straight into full retirement after giving up work, with half of current retirees taking this option. According to Aegon, stopping work on a set date like a 65th birthday is no longer seen as the norm. Across Europe, workers in Spain (54%) and France (52%) are the most likely...
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