Minimum pension ages in Europe, the United States and Japan

Amid a debate in Italy over warnings that people aged under 40 will have to work at least until 70, here is a look at minimum retirement ages in selected countries, according to 2014 data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

UNITED STATES: 66 for both men and women

GERMANY: 65 for both men and women

JAPAN: 65 for both men and women

SWITZERLAND: 65 for men, 64 for women

ITALY: 62.5 for men and 62 for women

GREECE: 62 for both men and women

FRANCE: 61.2 for both men and women

OECD average: 64 for men, 63.1 for women

Last update: Sat, 23/04/2016 - 11:12

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