Only 10% on Hungarians Wish for Long Life
Every 10th Hungarian wants a long life, during which women prefer health and men more money, according to the latest research from Allianz, writes hrportal.hu.
Hungarians prefer to save for a car over a pension, and it is only after the age of 56 that they realize the need also to take care of the security of their old age.
In its large-scale survey, the insurance company examined people's desires and goals, how long they save to achieve them, and what decisive life situations they prepare for and how.
According to the research, Hungarians mainly desire a long, meaningful life (11.3%), but this only becomes really important to them after the age of 25.
A healthy lifestyle and a sense of well-being are also fundamentally important (11%), as it is worth living a long life this way.
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