Retirement: the French want to leave at 58

Retirement: the French want to leave at 58
Retirement: the French want to leave at 58

Posted on Jul 3, 2021, 1:00 PMUpdated on Jul 3, 2021, 2:03 PM

The pension issue is once again in the spotlight, but the prospect of reform does not arouse the enthusiasm of the French. According to a Happydemics study for Aviva *, only 11% of the population believes that it could “improve the level of pensions from the general scheme”. Threatened with having to work until the age of 64, the French would on the contrary, on average, want to leave at the age of 58.

The 25-34 year olds hope to leave even earlier, from 56 years old, while the 55-64 year olds are calling for a departure at 60 years old. Time saved to “enjoy life” and devote themselves to their family after having freed from their professional constraints.

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