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Pension crisis in France
« on: March 19, 2023, 06:53:48 AM »
In the morning news I am seeing that there is a pension crisis in France. They raised the retirement age by two years and huge protest. I though some people a little closer to it than me might have more insight into it. I am thinking this is part of the demographic crisis that is hitting most of the developed world.
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Re: Pension crisis in France
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2023, 09:18:32 AM »
In the morning news I am seeing that there is a pension crisis in France. They raised the retirement age by two years and huge protest. I though some people a little closer to it than me might have more insight into it. I am thinking this is part of the demographic crisis that is hitting most of the developed world.

For facts: French now have to work until age 64 (was 62) by the new pension standards.

Also fun fact: Netherlands has a pension-age of 67......

I don't know what those idiots are whining about.
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Re: Pension crisis in France
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2023, 09:39:13 AM »
In the morning news I am seeing that there is a pension crisis in France. They raised the retirement age by two years and huge protest. I though some people a little closer to it than me might have more insight into it. I am thinking this is part of the demographic crisis that is hitting most of the developed world.

For facts: French now have to work until age 64 (was 62) by the new pension standards.

Also fun fact: Netherlands has a pension-age of 67......

Also the UK too!.....

Frenceh people always enjoyed the good life........ we have to work until almost die...
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Re: Pension crisis in France
« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2023, 02:15:13 PM »
In the morning news I am seeing that there is a pension crisis in France. They raised the retirement age by two years and huge protest. I though some people a little closer to it than me might have more insight into it. I am thinking this is part of the demographic crisis that is hitting most of the developed world.

For facts: French now have to work until age 64 (was 62) by the new pension standards.

Also fun fact: Netherlands has a pension-age of 67......

I don't know what those idiots are whining about.

Absolutely.

It'll stop the leftwaffe in the UK, from falsely complaining about the UK being the worst in Europe etc. Just save a little each month and start a private pension, those expecting the state to pay for everything are part of the problem.

Blow even penny but want the same security as the savers and investors.

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Re: Pension crisis in France
« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2023, 02:15:59 PM »
In the morning news I am seeing that there is a pension crisis in France. They raised the retirement age by two years and huge protest. I though some people a little closer to it than me might have more insight into it. I am thinking this is part of the demographic crisis that is hitting most of the developed world.

For facts: French now have to work until age 64 (was 62) by the new pension standards.

Also fun fact: Netherlands has a pension-age of 67......

Also the UK too!.....

Frenceh people always enjoyed the good life........ we have to work until almost die...

66 for a bloke in the UK.