U.S. workers toil an average of 35 years, a full 5 years longer than their global counterparts. And it’s not simply because Americans are more industrious by nature. ‘It reflects a higher level of awareness around the cost of retirement and less dependence on government pensions,’ said Michael Schweitzer, global head of sales and distribution at HSBC.
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