"Nostalgia is like a grammar lesson: you find the present tense, but the past perfect!" (Owens Lee Pomeroy)
You may or may not have figured it out, but the days when you got out of school, found a "good" employer, did what your boss told you for 30 years, and then retired on benefits promised by your company are for the most part dead (See Michael Barone's article).
A wide variety of culprits -- lower birth rates, failing companies, bad political and bureaucratic policies, economic realities, etc. -- conspired to make this the new reality.
Now, it is up to you to determine how you will support yourself in your later years.
Question: What steps are you taking to deal with this situation?
"Things ain't what they used to be and probably never was." (Will Rogers)