Refugees from war and oppression. e.g., 600,000 Vietnamese Immigrants. Gave priority to people with U.S. relatives and to a small number of people with outstanding accomplishments or special skills. 3/19/13 Retirement Canadians view retirement as a time of reinvention and having close relationships with friends and family. The French view retirement as a time of dreams but also as a time of worry. They are concerned about being a burden to their families. The British view retirement as a time of selfsufficiency and independence. Retirement is personal responsibility; counting on neither government nor family to care for them Brazilians view retirement as a time for relaxing and spending time with their families and friends. They expect significant support from their children. Mexicans see it as a time for continued work and hard-earned financial stability The Japanese view retirement as a time of good health, family considerations and continued fulfillment from work. In China, younger generations view retirement as an opportunity for a new life but continued careers, while older generations want to stop working and relax. In India, people view retirement as a time to live with and be cared for by their families.
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