BOSTON (TheStreet) -- People without college degrees don't just suffer in the work force, but in retirement as well.That's no surprise. But the extent of the difference was, even to the directors of a recent study on the matter. "When we looked at level of education, I knew that we would find something, but I didn't know how dramatic it was going to be. I didn't expect it to be so profound," says Catherine Collinson, president of the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies.
|A large portion of society -- those lacking high levels of education -- might have to keep working instead of retiring, according to a study by the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies.|