Men and women think about retirement differently, which means employers need to do a better job of tailoring the message to different segments of their workforce.

OneAmerica conducted a survey of 10,500 plan participants to find out if retirement savings is on their radar or not. It found that men think about retirement more often than women, talk about it more frequently with colleagues and are more educated about the tools needed to better prepare for their retirement years.

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