TCRS Annual Retirement Survey

The Transamerica Annual Retirement Survey – now in its 17th year – is a poll of American workers and their employers designed to explore attitudes and behaviors regarding retirement security and benefits. The survey is one of the largest and longest-running of its kind and is conducted through an independent research firm and the data represents employees of different age groups and employers of various sizes. In addition to the findings on various retirement issues, the survey provides an in-depth segmentation and comparison analysis based on company size, gender, and age groups.

17th Annual Retirement Survey (2016)

A Compendium of Findings About American Workers - 17th Annual Survey (2016) - Full Survey Results

Complete results from the 17th Annual Survey. The worker report includes trend data and comparisons by company size, generation, gender, household income, educational attainment and ethnicity, which are also available as excerpts.

16th Annual Retirement Survey (2015)

Social Security Turns 80

Social Security was enacted 80 years ago this August and serves as a foundation of American’s retirement security.However the U.S. retirement landscape has been evolving, with increases in life expectancies and shifting labor patterns, leading to the need for Social Security reform. The 16th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey examines workers’ attitudes and expectations around Social Security.

Retirees Survey (2015)

15th Annual Retirement Survey (2014)

14th Annual Retirement Survey (2013)

13th Annual Retirement Survey (2012)

12th Annual Retirement Survey (2011)

11th Annual Retirement Survey (2009-2010)

10th Annual Retirement Survey (2008-2009)

9th Annual Retirement Survey (2007)

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