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Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot

Those with multiple part-time jobs will average a private pension wealth that is just 6.1% of the average worker’s, according to research conducted by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).

The report, conducted by NOW: Pensions, found people aged between 55 and 69 who hold multiple jobs at

role will save a pension of just £12,400, compared to the average man’s £203,200. By using figur

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Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot | HR Wire
Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot | HR Wire
NewsWellbeing

Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot

Those with multiple part-time jobs will average a private pension wealth that is just 6.1% of the average worker’s, according to research conducted by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).

The report, conducted by NOW: Pensions, found people aged between 55 and 69 who hold multiple jobs at

role will save a pension of just £12,400, compared to the average man’s £203,200. By using figur

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Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot | HR Wire
Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot | HR Wire
NewsWellbeing

Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot

Those with multiple part-time jobs will average a private pension wealth that is just 6.1% of the average worker’s, according to research conducted by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).

The report, conducted by NOW: Pensions, found people aged between 55 and 69 who hold multiple jobs at

role will save a pension of just £12,400, compared to the average man’s £203,200. By using figur

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Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot | HR Wire
Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot | HR Wire
NewsWellbeing

Multiple job holders will reportedly have just 6% of average man’s pension pot

Those with multiple part-time jobs will average a private pension wealth that is just 6.1% of the average worker’s, according to research conducted by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).

The report, conducted by NOW: Pensions, found people aged between 55 and 69 who hold multiple jobs at

role will save a pension of just £12,400, compared to the average man’s £203,200. By using figur

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