The retirement age in different countries
• The retirement age in different countries of the world
June 14, 2018, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that the government is going to raise the retirement age with the Russians in 2019. For example, it plans to increase this figure to 63 years for women and 65 for men. Most Russians were categorically opposed to such reform.
Recall that now the average pension in Russia is $ 150-200, while the retirement age for women - 55 years for men - 60 years.
In this regard, we invite you to compare the current situation with indicators of retirement age in other countries.
Since 2017 in Belarus began to raise the retirement age. By 2022 it is planned to establish the retirement of 63 years for men and 58 years for women. The average pension is 160 dollars.
In Kazakhstan since 2001, the retirement age for women is 58 years for men - for 63 years. However, by 2027 the government plans to raise the retirement age for women to that of men. The average pension at the same time in 2017 was 66 000 tenge, that is 198 dollars.
In Germany, the average pension EUR 1,200 men and women retire at 65 years of age. The government is committed to increase this to 67 years in the period from 2012 to 2030.
4. United Kingdom
When the experience of work in 30 years, men are paid a pension at age 65, women - 60 years of age. The average pension is 450 pounds (600 dollars) a month.
From 2017 the retirement age in France was raised from 60 to 62, 5 years. The French government intends to gradually raise the age to 67 years by 2023. The average pension is 1,200 euros.
In America, people born after 1960, can retire at 67 years. At the same time the Americans have the possibility of early retirement with a loss of some benefits. The average pension in the US is $ 700.
In China, a pension receives a proportion of the population working in the public service and in the industry. At the experience of 15 years, the retirement age is 60 years for men and 50-55 years for women. The average pension in Chinese - $ 160.
In 2013, the retirement age of the Japanese increased from 60 to 65 years for men and women. For those who after 65 years is still working, the amount of pension increases. The average pension is $ 2,000.