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It isn't accurate as the legal age, because French President Macron is meeting opposition from labor for wanting to raise the legal age from 62 to 64.

 

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There used to be mandatory retirement at age 65 in Canada, but that was removed years ago. I remember people forced to retire at work who weren't happy about it.

Fred Vetesse is pretty much in the delay all benefits and work until you drop camp.
 

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Those kinds of charts are used by those who advocate governments reduce spending by raising the qualification age, as proof people are delaying retirement anyways.

What the charts don't show is if people are working longer WHILE they are collecting government benefits.

That is entirely different than forcing people to work because they have no benefits yet and can't afford to stop working.
 
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