Staying afloat: almost everyone surveyed expressed worries about ageing in the city, with health care costs, insufficient savings and income security dominating their concerns. Photo: Sam Tsang Staying afloat: almost everyone surveyed expressed worries about ageing in the city, with health care costs, insufficient savings and income security dominating their concerns. Photo: Sam Tsang
Staying afloat: almost everyone surveyed expressed worries about ageing in the city, with health care costs, insufficient savings and income security dominating their concerns. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus exposes cracks in Hongkongers’ retirement planning as health care costs and weak savings dominate worries, EIU survey finds

  • A survey of 600 Hong Kong adults show Covid-19 has made them less prepared for their needs in retirement
  • With the highest life expectancy globally, less than one in four Hongkongers anticipate that they could actually spend over 20 years in retirement.

Topic |   Ageing society
Staying afloat: almost everyone surveyed expressed worries about ageing in the city, with health care costs, insufficient savings and income security dominating their concerns. Photo: Sam Tsang Staying afloat: almost everyone surveyed expressed worries about ageing in the city, with health care costs, insufficient savings and income security dominating their concerns. Photo: Sam Tsang
Staying afloat: almost everyone surveyed expressed worries about ageing in the city, with health care costs, insufficient savings and income security dominating their concerns. Photo: Sam Tsang
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