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Retirement in Europe

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Retirement in Europe

Retirement age differs in European countries and is a matter of debate across Europe, because of an aging population.

Retirement age by country

See also

External links

  • Rising retirement ages in Europe compared, 2010
  • Sarkozy follows Europe in raising retirement age, 2010
  • Legal conditions for retirement in Europe
  • European retirement ages on the rise
  • Pension reform across Europe, 2010
  • Germany, France suggest EU-wide retirement age of 67, 2011
  • The Economist: retirement age in Europe should be raised to 70 years
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