On average, men in the UK have just under £73,000 in retirement savings, while women had around £20,000 less.
The UK has just over a third of the average retirement covered by savings.
- One in three of more than 1,000 people surveyed in the UK said that they are saving nothing at all for their retirement
- Two-thirds fear financial hardship, compared to just over half of people globally
- Of those not saving for retirement in the UK, three-fifths said that high living costs are holding them back
- Those aged 35-44 say they felt particularly squeezed
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