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Most Russians cannot afford early retirement

Most Russians cannot afford early retirement
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The majority of Russians said that if they retire early, there will be nothing to live on. And 11% would like to work in general after 70 years.

According to RBC, the mood of Russians and plans for early retirement were found out by the specialists of the Rabota.ru service and the Sberbank NPF. As a result of the survey, it turned out that 55% of Russians are ready to stop working before the age of 31. Moreover, the majority of them are women: 39% of women and 23% of men answered this way.

Another 69% of respondents do not want to quit their job so early, primarily because of their low financial security. In total, 80% of survey participants said they could not afford a pension, as they would have nothing to live on.

Only 4% of respondents have enough savings for a well-deserved rest, and 3% hope for the support of their relatives. Other sources of income, besides pension, are considered by 13% of respondents.

At the same time, 49% of the study participants do not try to provide for their life in retirement. They often do not have the opportunity to postpone something. Perhaps 26% of survey participants will take some measures in the future.

 

 

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