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Is Pension Coverage A Problem In The Private Sector?

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  • Alicia H. Munnell
  • Dina Bleckman

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The brief’s key findings are: Commentators question whether pension coverage is a serious problem, indicating that 80 percent have access to a plan. But this number refers to access – not participation – and to full-time workers in both the public and private sectors. A review of four household surveys and one employer survey finds that only about half of all private workers (age 25-64) are participating in a plan. So, yes, coverage remains a serious problem.

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  • Alicia H. Munnell & Dina Bleckman, 2014. "Is Pension Coverage A Problem In The Private Sector?," Issues in Brief ib2014-7, Center for Retirement Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:crr:issbrf:ib2014-7
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