Nearly half of U.S. companies are now automatically enrolling workers into 401(k) plans to encourage them to save for retirement, and an additional 33% are considering it, according to a survey by Watson Wyatt.

And 62% of companies are using target-date funds as their default investment option, up from 62% in 2006.

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