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When Is The Healthiest Time To Retire? Science Weighs In

In Canada, until 2008, “retirement” came at age 65. We don’t mean that 65 was the default, or age at which it was assumed a person would retire – we literally mean that once you hit 65, you could legally be forced to give up working.

Nearly a decade and a half later, and the proportion of people in the Great White North working past 65 is at least one in four. South of the border, the proportion is even higher: almost half of Americans aged between 60 and 75 plan to work part-time after retirement, and nearly a third say they will retire either past the age of 70 or not at all.

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