Research February 2020

Millennial State & Local Government Employee Views on Their Jobs, Compensation & Retirement

A new issue brief finds that Millennials working in state and local government are satisfied with their jobs and intend to stay with their employers so long as their benefits are not cut. Millennial State & Local Government Employee Views on Their Jobs, Compensation & Retirement provides a deeper analysis of NIRS’ November 2019 opinion […]

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Press Release February 5, 2020

85% of Millennials Working in State & Local Government Plan To Stick with Employer

85% OF MILLENNIALS WORKING IN STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT PLAN TO STICK WITH THEIR EMPLOYER, BUT BENEFIT CHANGES COULD PUSH THEM OUT THE DOOR Most Millennials Working in State and Local Government Satisfied with Job Despite Knowing They Could Earn More in the Private Sector Webinar to Review Findings on February 13th at 2 PM […]

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In the News

Here’s where most Americans are really getting their retirement income

CNBC reports that retirement income is often thought to come from three sources: Social Security, pensions and savings. “That combination is often called a three-legged stool, a metaphor for the money retirees use to support themselves once they are no longer working full time. However, a new report finds that very few retirees actually have […]

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Letters

NIRS Rebuts Claims on Americans' Retirement Readiness

In response to a column that appeared in The Los Angeles Times, NIRS submitted a letter to the editor rebutting claims that Americans are sufficiently prepared for retirement.

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