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|SINGAPORE Heren Air Force 1 Laag Wit Kopen , Sept. 12 (Xinhua) -- A latest survey shows that no fewer than 87 percent of the young people feel financially unprepared for challenges ahead, local daily Straits Times reported on Friday.
The survey commissioned by NTUC Income, an insurance company operated by the local labor union and conducted by Nielsen, shows that almost 79 percent are not confident of their current financial situation.
The survey covered more than 1,000 final-year polytechnic students, university undergraduates and workers between the ages of 18 and 29.
It also shows that the young people have some financial awareness, but lacked a deeper understanding of proper financial planning.
Asked how much cash should be set aside for emergencies, 80 percent responded that they need at least three months of their income for emergencies. An insurance industry professional said that this falls far short of what financial planners recommend and that it is better to have a buffer that is enough to last six to 12 months in case one loses his or her job.
The survey also finds that the average expected retirement age is 57 Air Force 1 Mid 07 Wit Kopen , and that the respondents expect to be retired for 23 years. On average, they believe slightly more 1 million Singapore dollars (800,000 U.S. dollars) is needed for retirement expenses. However, the survey found that the mean projected savings by the time of retirement is less than 400,000 Singapore dollars (320,000 U.S. dollars).
Luca Griseri, Nielsen's head of financial services in Singapore and Malaysia, was quoted as saying that the amount of the shortfall is surprising.
He was also surprised by the pessimism youth had about the future.
"... young people are normally positive Air Force 1 Laag Wit Kopen , and people in South- east Asia are the most confident, and we track confidence too," he said. "We certainly need to do something to help them help themselves."
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NEW YORKWASHINGTON Air Force 1 Heren Laag Rood Kopen , Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- Americans, led by President Barack Obama, on Thursday commemorated 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks by observing moments of silence for thousands of innocent people killed that day at the World Trade Center of New York City, the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field.
As an annual ritual, relatives began reciting names of the nearly 3,000 victims killed at a ceremony held Thursday morning in lower Manhattan, New York City. They paused six moments after a silver bell was rung to mark the timing when each plane hit the twin towers and when each tower fell Dames Air Force 1 Hoog Rood Kopen , as well as the timing of the attacks on the Pentagon and on Flight 93 that crashed into the Pennsylvania field.
With tolling of the bell, a moment of silence was observed.
While addressing the relatives of the 184 people killed in the attack carried on the Department of Defense Headquarters, President Obama said they had offered "the ultimate rebuke to the hatred of those who attacked us that bright, blue morning."
"Thirteen years after small and hateful minds conspired to break us. America stands tall and America stands still," said Obama. "No matter what comes our way, America will always come out stronger." "We carry on, because, as Americans Air Force 1 Laag Heren Zwart Wit Kopen , we do not give in to fear -- ever."
Before that, President Obama and First Lady Michelle, who were joined by Vice President Joseph Joe Biden and White House staff, also gathered under partly cloudy skies on the South Lawn of the White House and observed a moment of silence at 8:46 a.m. of the day, the time when the first hijacked airliner struck the World Trade Center in New York City.
The National September 11 Memorial and Museum in lower Manhattan, New York, where artifacts and graphic photos on the attacks are displayed, has been opened to the public for the first time since May.
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A nearly completed One World Trade Center has risen 1,776 feet Heren Air Force 1 07 Laag Goud Wit Kopen , marking the year of America's independence, above the ground zero and is scheduled to open in 2015, a sign of a return to normalcy in the area used to be immersed in grief.
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