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Global trend: Retire at age 61 … but not in America

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While workers around the world expect to retire at age 61, only 46% say they’ve started to prep for retirement, according to a survey of 31,000 by AXA Equitable.

In the United States, people expect to retire at age 63. The good news: Nearly three-quarters (72%) of U.S. workers have started saving for retirement—and at an earlier age than workers worldwide.

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