Nearly half a million quit their careers in the last two years alone
The decision to look after an elderly, ill or seriously disabled relative has been made by 2.6 million people according to new research by Carers UK. The findings also reveal that nearly half a million (468,000) have quit their careers in the last two years alone – more than 600 people a day. This is a 12% increase since Carers UK and YouGov polled the public in 2013.
Women say they will have £100,000 less in retirement than men
For women, the salary gap they face during their careers eventually turns into a retirement savings gap. While our country has come a long way on gender equality, the pay gap remains a prominent issue. It’s felt in many aspects of women’s lives, most significantly in retirement savings.