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According to a 2013 survey by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, "among those who are retired, a third (33%) report that they did not feel they had a choice except to retire. Feeling like retirement was not by choice is more common among younger retirees, with 54% of retirees...

According to a 2013 survey by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, "among those who are retired, a third (33%) report that they did not feel they had a choice except to retire. Feeling like retirement was not by choice is more common among younger retirees, with 54% of retirees under age 65 feeling they had no choice but to retire compared with 23% of retirees 65 or over". (p.2)

Benz, J., Sedensky, M., Tompson, T., & Agiesta, J. (2013). Working longer: Older Americans' attitudes on work and retirement. The Associated Press and NORC. Retrieved from http://www.apnorc.org/projects/Pages/working-longer-older-americans-attitudes-on-work-and-retirement.aspx

With funding from the Sloan Foundation, the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research conducted a national survey of 1,024 adults ages 50 and over. This survey illuminates a slow-moving shift in the American idea of retirement.

According to a 2013 survey by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, "57% of retirees under age 65 report feeling they had no choice to retire compared with 23% of retirees 65 or over". (p.3)

According to a 2013 survey by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, "57% of retirees under age 65 report feeling they had no choice to retire compared with 23% of retirees 65 or over". (p.3)

Benz, J., Sedensky, M., Tompson, T., & Agiesta, J. (2013). Working longer: Older Americans' attitudes on work and retirement. The Associated Press and NORC. Retrieved from http://www.apnorc.org/projects/Pages/working-longer-older-americans-attitudes-on-work-and-retirement.aspx

With funding from the Sloan Foundation, the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research conducted a national survey of 1,024 adults ages 50 and over. This survey illuminates a slow-moving shift in the American idea of retirement.

In a 2008 survey of 500 employers, respondents indicated that their retirees under age 65 will contribute approximately 50% of the premium for retiree-only health coverage and 52% for family health coverage. (p. 4)

In a 2008 survey of 500 employers, respondents indicated that their retirees under age 65 will contribute approximately 50% of the premium for retiree-only health coverage and 52% for family health coverage. (p. 4)

Towers Perrin. (2008). 2008 health care costs survey. Stamford, CT: Towers Perrin. Retrieved from http://www.towersperrin.com/tp/getwebcachedoc?webc=HRS/USA/2008/200801/hccs_2008.pdf

The Towers Perrin 2008 Health Care Cost Survey, conducted in September 2007, marks the 19th consecutive year that Towers Perrin has surveyed, analyzed and reported on major trends in employee and retiree health care costs. A total of 500 employers, with operations in numerous locations nationwide, responded. Respondents are primarily Fortune 1000 companies.

In a 2008 survey of 500 employers, the following changes have been adopted for 2007 or 2008 for benefit cost management for their retiree health programs: changing the employer subsidy (32%); tightening eligibility requirements (31%); offering Medicare Advantage HMO/PPO options (28%); changing the plan...

In a 2008 survey of 500 employers, the following changes have been adopted for 2007 or 2008 for benefit cost management for their retiree health programs: changing the employer subsidy (32%); tightening eligibility requirements (31%); offering Medicare Advantage HMO/PPO options (28%); changing the plan design (24%). Newer alternatives include: eliminating subsidies for future retirees (32% are doing now or planning for 2008); offering a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) with a health savings account (HSA) to actives and retirees under age 65 to help pay for current -- or future -- health care expenses on a tax-free basis (25% doing/planning); eliminating employer-managed drug coverage for post-65 retirees and relying on Part D plans (19% doing/planning); offering Medicare Advantage private fee-for-service plans (12% doing/planning). (p.16)

Towers Perrin. (2008). 2008 health care costs survey. Stamford, CT: Towers Perrin. Retrieved from http://www.towersperrin.com/tp/getwebcachedoc?webc=HRS/USA/2008/200801/hccs_2008.pdf

The Towers Perrin 2008 Health Care Cost Survey, conducted in September 2007, marks the 19th consecutive year that Towers Perrin has surveyed, analyzed and reported on major trends in employee and retiree health care costs. A total of 500 employers, with operations in numerous locations nationwide, responded. Respondents are primarily Fortune 1000 companies.

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