Preparing baby boom generation for retirement in Spain

Preparing baby boom generation for retirement in Spain

Abstract

The aim of this research has been to find out what the knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of the so-called "baby boomers" (born between 1957 and 1977) are regarding pensions and how they deal with ageing. The support has consisted of 4,019 interviews (1,615 telephone and 2,404 online) with spanish residents in the national and insular territory, born between 1957-1977.

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Financial Health Retirement Retirement and pensions Savings Savings

Authors

Mi Jubilación

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Date published

01/11/2019

Document Type

Encuesta

Geographies

Spain

Target

General

Pages

1

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