This Voya Retirement Research Institute® study examines the financial and retirement attitudes, habits and preparation of today’s multicultural workforce. The study looks at data for the four largest population groups tracked by the U.S. Census – African-American, Asian, Hispanic and non-Hispanic whites – and reveals the unique attitudes and dynamics that influence each group’s approach to saving and planning for retirement.
|Title||Date of Study|
|Culture Complex Study White Paper||January 2012|
|Culture Complex Study African American Fact Sheet||January 2012|
|Culture Complex Study Hispanic Fact Sheet||January 2012|
|Culture Complex Study Asian American Fact Sheet||January 2012|
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