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Gen-Xers Finally Leading Pack in Savings?

WASHINGTON — Long criticized for being slackers when it comes to saving for retirement, Generation X, those ages 25 to 34, are finally starting to take their golden years more seriously, according to a new study.

According financial brokerage firm Edward Jones, 68% of workers age 25 to 34 said they already have started saving for retirement, while only 34% of those older than 65 say they started saving for retirement before they were age 34.

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