Many young adults between the ages of 25 and 34 have unrealistic expectations about retirement, according to a report from Edward Jones, purposely released on Wednesday to coincide with National Save for Retirement Week.

Thirty-nine percent expect to be able to retire before the age of 60, yet 31% admit that saving for retirement is difficult, with 24% saying that low salaries are the reason.

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