Baby boomers 'pushed' into retirement despite wanting to work longer

Research from Dunstan Thomas

Jenna Brown
clock • 2 min read

Members of the Baby Boomer generation want to remain in work past state pension age but many have reported being forced out of the workforce, research has found.

Retirement technology solutions provider Dunstan Thomas published its latest multimedia report bringing together its findings from a major nationwide study of UK Baby Boomers aged 58 to 75. The report includes market research, video interviews and analysis of findings from its nine month study of UK Baby Boomers' experiences leading up to and into full retirement. It found that nearly half of Boomers are still working and many want to retire in their 70s. Dunstan Thomas said nearly half (44%) of UK Baby Boomers were still in paid work at the time of the study which took place earlier ...

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