Retiring at 70 will be tough for those who already struggle at age 60

”You can feel it in your bones,” says Ante Govic, of the toll from a life of blue collar work. Mr Govic, a construction worker, cannot believe the government wants people to retire at 70 from 2035. He fears for his sons, one of whom is also in construction, and says finishing work at 70 leaves too little time for retirement. ”Having 40 to 45 years in the workforce, that’s plenty,” he says. Read more…


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