Positive Effects and Influence Factors of Retirement Planning
Abstract: Retirement planning can alleviate the pressure of the public resources which is result of the growth of retired population, and has positive effects on retired workers, but it doesn’t cause enough attention. Therefore, in order to appeal the attention of policymakers and retired workers to help retired workers make retirement plans, this article analyzed and summarized on the positive effects and influence factors of retirement planning. The results showed that, retirement planning had positive effects on life satisfaction, mental health, retirement confidence, retirement adaptation. We also found that the main influence factors of retirement planning included: age, gender, family member, financial situation, education in demographic variable; control point, future time perspective, retirement confidence, attitude towards retirement, retired expectations in psychological variable; and the pension security system, whether voluntary retirement.
文章引用: 刘泓利 , 方远华 , 余 林 (2016) 退休规划的积极影响及影响因素。 心理学进展， 6， 299-304. doi: 10.12677/AP.2016.63039
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