Want more retirement security? Move to Slovenia
By Allison Linn, TODAY
The United States ranks 19th worldwide when it comes to retirement security, according to a new analysis of worldwide economic and other data. That's probably comes as no surprise to many Americans who are fretting about whether they’ll ever have enough money to stop working.
The Natixis Global Retirement Index puts U.S. retirees in a more precarious position than retirees in Western European countries including Norway, Switzerland and Germany, which have strong social programs providing health care and retiree benefits. But the analysis finds that the U.S. also lags countries including Israel, Japan, Slovenia and the Czech Republic.
On the other hand, we do rank better than the Brits, who came in at No. 20. And we’re apparently in much better shape than Zimbabawe, which placed dead last at 150th in the rankings
WOW I GUESS THE USA IS NOT THE SOCIALIST CENTER OF THE WORLD AS LIED BY RUSH LIMPBALLS & SYCOPHANTS.