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Source: Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, March Supplement, 2012-2014

Notes: Changes in how this variable is measured were made after the 2014 CPS March Supplement. These changes caused inaccurate estimates for this variable starting with the 2015 survey; therefore, Data Explorer only contains data through the 2014 Supplement. For more information, please see “Current Population Survey: Issues Continue for Retirement Plan Participation and Retiree Income Estimates,” EBRI Issue Brief, available at: https://www.ebri.org/publications/research-publications/issue-briefs/content/summary/current-population-survey-issues-continue-for-retirement-plan-participation-and-retiree-income-estimates.

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