By Remy Samuels
Source: Plan Sponsor

When asked if the U.S. faces a retirement crisis, 80% of women agreed that it is indeed a disaster in the making, and even more women agreed that employers should be contributing more money to workers’ retirement plans, according to data from Greenwald Research and the National Institute on Retirement Security. 

As women still, on average, earn less than men, often take time away from the workforce for caregiving and tend to live longer than men, they have a higher hill to climb when it comes to saving for retirement. 

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