Broken Eggs Film: The Looming Retirement Crisis in America

Retirement. What was once a life ending in happily ever after is now a life ending in working ever after. Broken Eggs is a modern-day fairy tale that wakes u...

Nearly half of all American workers have less than $10,000 in savings–1 in 3 workers has not saved for retirement at all
As a whole, American workers are estimated to be $6.6 TRILLION short of what they need to retire comfortably
About 7 out of 10 workers say they plan to “work for pay” after they retire
40 percent of Baby boomers expect to work “until they drop”
20% say they have postponed their planned retirement age at least once in the past 12 months, as compared with 14% in 2008
Americans who make it to age 65 today can expect to live roughly 18 years more–that’s six years longer than Americans who made it to age 65 in 1940.
In 1950, there were 16.5 workers for every Social Security beneficiary–today, there are less than 3 workers paying in for each recipient
Company-sponsored pensions have been in rapid decline since the 1980s. Today, less than one out of every five private-sector employees has a pension.
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