While concerns about not being able to pay for healthcare in retirement have abated somewhat to 23% of Americans, down from 30% in 2006, more people, 19%, are worried about having to work longer to supplement retirement savings, up from 12% in 2006, according to a survey of 1,008 people conducted by Opinion Research Corp. for Edward Jones.

Twenty-six percent of those between 45 and 54 are worried about having to work longer. Overall, 19% dread having to rely on others for support, and among those 18 to 34 years old, this fear rises to 34%.

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