Retirement at 67 | Taking Germany′s Pulse | DW | 26.01.2011
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Taking Germany's Pulse

Retirement at 67

In order to have enough money in their pension funds, future generations will have to work longer to reach retirement... In Germany, until they turn 67.


But pushing back the retirement age to 67 is still an unpopular idea. Though most Germans understand the budgetary and demographic pressures that are forcing the issue they feel the government could do more to ensure the current age of 65 does not change.

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