At age 50, 75% of the population has less than $5,000 saved for retirement.
At age 65, 45% of Americans depend on relatives, 30% depend on charities, 23% are still working and oily 2% are self-sustaining.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that out of 100 people that start working at the age of 25, by the age of 65:
1 is wealthy
4 have enough money to retire
63 depend on Social Security or charity
29 are deceased
This means that 95% of people, age 65+ cannot afford to retire. And that's only IF they have jobs in the first place. If you think the job market is tough when you're under 40, just wait until you find yourself unemployed and 40+.
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