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: One group is more likely to be forced back to work after retirement

The loss of 401(k) savings and Social Security credits add up

Women were twice as likely to take time out of the workforce while employed, largely driven by family and health needs, Schwab found.

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Women who take time out of the workforce for family caregiving needs face a number of financial obstacles and face an increased likelihood of having to return to work after retirement due to lack of sufficient funds.

That’s one takeaway from a recent Schwab study that found that 30% of women who had taken time out of the workforce returned to work after having retired, compared to 14% of men who also had taken time out of the workforce.


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