Retirement getting further away

The majority of the countries in the euro zone have their government retirement ages set at 65, with four other members and the United States setting higher ages for those retiring in the coming years. Read related article.

Retirement ages in the Euro zone and the U.S.
Sources: Government pension agencies, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. The Washington Post. Published on July 10, 2012, 8:36 p.m.
 
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