Chris Noble
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The size of an organization, the age of an employee and a worker’s salary influence whether or not an employer offers retirement benefits as well as determines if an employee participates and how much they contribute, according to the ADP Research Institute's retirement savings trends study.

ADP used aggregated, anonymous payroll transactional data from 2014. The dataset included approximately 10 million employees between the ages of 20 and 69 with total annual compensation of $20,000 and up from about 161,000 organizations.

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