More South West pensioners return to work to make ends meet than anywhere else in England

With low levels of crime, good healthcare and an attractive climate the south coast and south west of England have long been parts of the country where thousands of Britons would love to retire.

But while many people aspire to live out their days in counties such as Dorset, West Sussex and Devon, figures show that fewer than half think they will be able to afford to do so comfortably on their current pensions. …

… The two regions [south and south west] have the highest proportion of pensioners who go back to work full or part time after their careers come to an end, with 34 per cent doing so in the south west and 32 per cent in the south east – more than in any other part of the country.

That contrasts to Yorkshire and Humberside, where only 25 per cent of pensioners carry on working after retirement. …”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/31/why-a-comfortable-retirement-by-the-sea-may-be-a-pipe-dream-for/