HeadHunter: 78% of Yekaterinburg Residents Will Work After Retirement Age

11 April 2016 (09:26)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, April 11, 2016. 78% of Yekaterinburg residents are planning to keep working after they reach retirement age, HeadHunter’s survey results indicate.

Their main motivation is that the expected pension is not going to be big enough to get by. The number of respondents with plans to keep working is the highest in Fossils Development and Civil Service sectors.

Nearly every one in ten respondents (9%) are, on the other hand, planning to retire before they are eligible for a pension. They intend to rely on incomes coming from letting places, interest rates on bank deposits, or their families’ support.

Interestingly, only a third of those surveyed would prefer to stop working if they came into enough money to live on. The rest would still go on with their jobs.

Other materials on the topic::