US falls behind Iceland, Switzerland and Luxembourg in global retirement rank

Pedro Gonçalves
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US falls behind Iceland, Switzerland and Luxembourg in global retirement rank

The US has slipped down the global ranks and is not even one of the top ten countries to retire, according to a study from Paris-based Natixis Investment Managers. Despite improving employment and high per capita income, the United States dropped to number 18 among developed nations on the 2019 Global Retirement Index. Natixis rated countries by life expectancy, retirement finances, quality of life, and "material well-being," which includes factors like income and unemployment rates. ...

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