Some 40% of Poles plan to work after retirement - study
A survey by UCE Research showed that 37.7% of respondents want to continue working after retirement, whereas 30.3% are not planning to do so, reported the Polish Press Agency.
The remaining 32% have no opinion on this issue. According to the study, people who declared a desire to continue their economic activity after retiring were concerned about low retirement benefits. The survey also showed that the most supporters of work after retirement were those earning PLN 7,000-9,000 net (EUR 1,550-1,990).
"As many as 57.1% of those polled in this group intend to continue working," UCE Research reported. Only 35.5% of respondents who earn less than PLN 3,000 net (EUR 660) want to remain professionally active after retirement, the survey showed.
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