A survey of 1,009 adults by Edward Jones on their retirement savings found good news and bad news. While 15% said their portfolios have recovered from the economic downturn, up from 12% in April 2010, 25% are not saving for retirement, up from 16% a year ago.

And among those between the ages of 18 and 34, 49% are not saving for retirement, up significantly from 26% in 2010.

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