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Return to wellness after COVID-19

Findings from 2021
Lincoln Retirement Power® Study

A world upended. Market turbulence. After a year filled with the unexpected, people are looking for something they can rely on. Opportunities present themselves for renewal and reengagement.

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69% of participants intend to contribute more, but only 39% have made a plan to do so

bar chart representing 49% with a smaller bar representing 23% of the 49%

49% of non-participants want to start contributing, but only 23% have made a plan to do so

happy young woman wearing a hijab headscarf

The time to act is now.

From reevaluating what’s important to placing an emphasis on being financially prepared for the next unexpected crisis, Americans are poised to make changes in their financial behaviors.

icons of people that represent 78%

78% of employees

reevaluated their life, finances, career, or retirement amidst the pandemic

 

We’re here to make it easier for them — and you.

At Lincoln, we’re incorporating lessons learned to improve the customer experience and drive positive outcomes.

Lincoln Retirement Power® research gives us insight into behaviors and attitudes. The impacts of COVID-19 can be seen throughout the survey. Employees want

icon of shield protecting piggy bank

Retirement income security

icon of dollar sign in outline of head

Improved financial wellness

icon of book on raised platform

Relevant
education

 

How do your employees feel?

See Lincoln Retirement Power results broken down by industry:

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We’ll give you the tools to make benefits more beneficial.

We’ll share resources in each section based on what we learned to help you optimize plan design and educate employees so they can make informed decisions and take positive actions.

 

Find out more

Read the full report to explore the research and see how you can effectively engage employees after COVID-19.

 

About Lincoln Retirement Power

All data is from the 2021 Lincoln Retirement Power® Study unless otherwise specified.

The 2021 Lincoln Retirement Power® Study is based on a national survey of 2,535 full-time workers who are eligible to contribute to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, including 2,030 participants and 505 non-participants. Greenwald Research, a third party market research firm, conducted the study on behalf of Lincoln Financial Group Retirement Plan Services. Greenwald Research is not associated with Lincoln Financial Group. Online interviewing took place from February 19 to March 18, 2021. Data is weighted by demographics to mirror the total population.

Lincoln Retirement Power® is a platform for research and viewpoints on central issues related to retirement planning. The program seeks to identify forward-thinking ways to help plan sponsors, financial professionals, and participants. As part of the program, Lincoln sponsors both proprietary and third party research, with an emphasis on what drives better retirement outcomes.

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Lincoln Financial Group is the marketing name for Lincoln National Corporation and its affiliates. Affiliates are separately responsible for their own financial and contractual obligations.

This material is provided by The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, IN, and, in New York, Lincoln Life & Annuity Company of New York, Syracuse, NY, and their applicable affiliates (collectively referred to as “Lincoln”). This material is intended for general use with the public. Lincoln does not provide investment advice, and this material is not intended to provide investment advice. Lincoln has financial interests that are served by the sale of Lincoln programs, products, and services.


©2021 Lincoln National Corporation

LCN-3645533-062421
8/21 Z01
Order code: DC-RPINT-IDE001

Return to wellness after COVID-19

Findings from 2021 Lincoln Retirement Power® Study

A world upended. Market turbulence. After a year filled with the unexpected, people are looking for something they can rely on. Opportunities present themselves for renewal and reengagement.

bar chart representing 69% with a smaller bar representing 39% of the 69%

69% of participants intend to contribute more, but only 39% have made a plan to do so

bar chart representing 49% with a smaller bar representing 23% of the 49%

49% of non-participants want to start contributing, but only 23% have made a plan to do so

happy young woman wearing a hijab headscarf

The time to act is now.

From reevaluating what’s important to placing an emphasis on being financially prepared for the next unexpected crisis, Americans are poised to make changes in their financial behaviors.

icons of people that represent 78%

78% of employees

reevaluated their life, finances, career, or retirement amidst the pandemic

 

We’re here to make it easier for them — and you.

At Lincoln, we’re incorporating lessons learned to improve the customer experience and drive positive outcomes.

Lincoln Retirement Power® research gives
us insight into behaviors and attitudes. The impacts of COVID-19 can be seen throughout the survey. Employees want

icon of shield protecting piggy bank

Retirement income security

icon of dollar sign in outline of head

Improved financial wellness

icon of book on raised platform

Relevant education

 

How do your employees feel?

See Lincoln Retirement Power results broken down by industry:

icon of heart with heartbeat icon of capitol building with flag icon of globe icon of hands shaking

We’ll give you the tools to make benefits more beneficial.

We’ll share resources in each section based on what we learned to help you optimize plan design and educate employees so they can make informed decisions and take positive actions.

 

Find out more

Read the full report to explore the research and see how you can effectively engage employees after COVID-19.

 

About Lincoln Retirement Power

All data is from the 2021 Lincoln Retirement Power® Study unless otherwise specified.

The 2021 Lincoln Retirement Power® Study is based on a national survey of 2,535 full-time workers who are eligible to contribute to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, including 2,030 participants and 505 non-participants. Greenwald Research, a third party market research firm, conducted the study on behalf of Lincoln Financial Group Retirement Plan Services. Greenwald Research is not associated with Lincoln Financial Group. Online interviewing took place from February 19 to March 18, 2021. Data is weighted by demographics to mirror the total population.

Lincoln Retirement Power® is a platform for research and viewpoints on central issues related to retirement planning. The program seeks to identify forward-thinking ways to help plan sponsors, financial professionals, and participants. As part of the program, Lincoln sponsors both proprietary and third party research, with an emphasis on what drives better retirement outcomes.

GraphicLine

Lincoln Financial Group is the marketing name for Lincoln National Corporation and its affiliates. Affiliates are separately responsible for their own financial and contractual obligations.

This material is provided by The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, IN, and, in New York, Lincoln Life & Annuity Company of New York, Syracuse, NY, and their applicable affiliates (collectively referred to as “Lincoln”). This material is intended for general use with the public. Lincoln does not provide investment advice, and this material is not intended to provide investment advice. Lincoln has financial interests that are served by the sale of Lincoln programs, products, and services.


©2021 Lincoln National Corporation

LCN-3645533-062421
8/21 Z01
Order code: DC-RPINT-IDE001

Return to wellness after COVID-19

Findings from 2021 Lincoln Retirement Power® Study

A world upended. Market turbulence. After a year filled with the unexpected, people are looking for something they can rely on. Opportunities present themselves for renewal and reengagement.

bar chart representing 69% with a smaller bar representing 39% of the 69%

69% of participants intend to contribute more, but only 39% have made a plan to do so

bar chart representing 49% with a smaller bar representing 23% of the 49%

49% of non-participants want to start contributing, but only 23% have made a plan to do so

The time to act is now.

From reevaluating what’s important to placing an emphasis on being financially prepared for the next unexpected crisis, Americans are poised to make changes in their financial behaviors.

icons of people that represent 78%

78% of employees

reevaluated their life, finances, career, or retirement amidst the pandemic

happy young woman wearing a hijab headscarf
 

We’re here to make it easier for them — and you.

At Lincoln, we’re incorporating lessons learned to improve the customer experience and drive positive outcomes.

Lincoln Retirement Power® research gives us insight into behaviors and attitudes. The impacts of COVID-19 can be seen throughout the survey. Employees want:

icon of shield protecting piggy bank

Retirement income security

icon of dollar sign in outline of head

Improved financial wellness

icon of book on raised platform

Relevant education

 

How do your employees feel?

See Lincoln Retirement Power results broken down by industry:

icon of heart with heartbeat icon of capitol building with flag icon of globe icon of hands shaking

We’ll give you the tools to make benefits more beneficial.

We’ll share resources in each section based on what we learned to help you optimize plan design and educate employees so they can make informed decisions and take positive actions.

 

Find out more

Read the full report to explore the research and see how you can effectively engage employees after COVID-19.

 

About Lincoln Retirement Power

All data is from the 2021 Lincoln Retirement Power® Study unless otherwise specified.

The 2021 Lincoln Retirement Power® Study is based on a national survey of 2,535 full-time workers who are eligible to contribute to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, including 2,030 participants and 505 non-participants. Greenwald Research, a third party market research firm, conducted the study on behalf of Lincoln Financial Group Retirement Plan Services. Greenwald Research is not associated with Lincoln Financial Group. Online interviewing took place from February 19 to March 18, 2021. Data is weighted by demographics to mirror the total population.

Lincoln Retirement Power® is a platform for research and viewpoints on central issues related to retirement planning. The program seeks to identify forward-thinking ways to help plan sponsors, financial professionals, and participants. As part of the program, Lincoln sponsors both proprietary and third party research, with an emphasis on what drives better retirement outcomes.

GraphicLine

Lincoln Financial Group is the marketing name for Lincoln National Corporation and its affiliates. Affiliates are separately responsible for their own financial and contractual obligations.

This material is provided by The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, IN, and, in New York, Lincoln Life & Annuity Company of New York, Syracuse, NY, and their applicable affiliates (collectively referred to as “Lincoln”). This material is intended for general use with the public. Lincoln does not provide investment advice, and this material is not intended to provide investment advice. Lincoln has financial interests that are served by the sale of Lincoln programs, products, and services.


©2021 Lincoln National Corporation

LCN-3645533-062421
8/21 Z01
Order code: DC-RPINT-IDE001

 
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