Plan Sponsors Ask…

Question: Our company has been growing rapidly over the past two years, creating many current and near-future ground floor opportunities for younger, less-experienced workers. In discussing the benefits of our retirement plan, what do we need to know about the attitudes and views these younger workers have about saving for retirement?

Answer: Data from Northwestern Mutual’s “Planning & Progress Study 2022” reveals that Americans between the ages of 18 and 25 — known as Generation Z — are taking significant steps to improve their financial well-being with the goal of retiring at age 59; years ahead of the generations that preceded them. They also were the most likely to build savings during the pandemic and begin working with an advisor. However, while they prioritize an early retirement, money is not what drives most of them at work. Nearly two-thirds (64%) said personal fulfillment is more important in a career than money (36%).


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