Young workers polled at this year's Glastonbury Festival say one of their top work-place concerns is the state of the pensions market, according to an Amicus survey.
Amicus, the UK's second largest union asked festival goers their top ten work-place issues. Of the 1,300 people who responded to the survey, 27 per cent say they want to work to live not live to work, 20 per cent want to take on global giants and interestingly, 14 per cent cite pensions scandals as an issue of concern.
The poll demonstrates to IFAs that the under 35s are a growing area of the market who are interested in protecting their futures.
Amicus festival campaign coordinator Anna Burton says: “People now see that policy campaigns can benefit their own personal agenda and everyday working life as well as the issues that affect the wider working world.”