More than one in four (27%) people think they will be working either full or part-time when they turn 70, with women (24%) slightly less likely than men (28%) to think this, according to research by Aegon.
Aegon asked a panel of 700 consumers aged between 18 and 64 to reflect on aspects of life that might influence their well-being at age 70, such as work, health and caring responsibilities. Just under...
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