Some young people around the world fear that they'll never have the chance to retire. Over half of young adults aged 18-34 think they will have to work past 65 with 12 percent believing they will work until they die according to a report by the Manpower Group. The level of pessimism about old age is highest in Japan where 37 percent of millennials think they work without the possibility of retiring. In Spain, relatively few young people think they'll work until they die.
This chart shows the percentage of young people aged 18-34 expecting to work until they die.
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