U.S. employees’ confidence in their ability to retire comfortably continued to rebound from post-recession lows last year, notes a new report issued by Towers Watson. But among the Generation X set, concerns still linger.

A Towers Watson survey of multi-age workers found that the percentage of workers who said they were very or somewhat confident about having enough resources to live comfortably 15 years into retirement increased from 62% in 2010 to 68% last year. Those same workers, however, are less confident about living comfortably throughout retirement. Less than half (47%) of respondents said they were very or somewhat confident they will have enough resources to last 25 years into retirement. This compares with 40% who said there were very or somewhat confident in 2010.

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