The RTE News Service is on the look out for the top 10 jobs that matter most to people.
The top 10 are as follows:You need a lot of money to do a lot.
You can get a job, but you’ll probably have to do it for the rest of your life.
That’s the big takeaway from this RTE survey.
The majority of respondents in the poll said they were living on a pension, which means they don’t have the option of saving for retirement.
This is particularly worrying for people who have been living off the earnings of previous years.
More than a quarter (26 per cent) said they would prefer to have the same pension as their parents.
And nearly a third (32 per cent), or more than 1 in 3, said they’d prefer to live at home with their parents, rather than in a shared accommodation.
But the majority of the respondents (58 per cent of them) said that they weren’t willing to put money into savings in the short term, even though the chances of a good return on investment are pretty good.
This would be a very good time to put away some money for a rainy day.
The survey also found that the proportion of people who say they would like to retire in their lifetime had fallen significantly over the past two years.
In 2012, about half (49 per cent, or 1 in 5) of respondents said they wanted to retire by 2027.
This fell to 39 per cent in 2016 and 30 per cent last year.
This was partly down to a change in the way pension age is calculated.
The number of people (and their age) in their 20s and 30s who said they want to retire at some point in their lives has also fallen significantly.
The number of those aged between 35 and 39 fell from 25 per cent to 18 per cent between 2016 and 2017.
And those aged 40 to 44 fell from 30 per in 2016 to 18 in 2017.