Forced Retirement Under Review

Forced retirement for Swedes at the age of 67 could be scrapped under new proposals from the largest party of the ruling centre-right alliance, the moderates.

The party believes that the right to work should be open for everyone equally, regardless of age.

Currently, those Swedes who choose not to retire at the age of 65, have the right to work another two years.

A working group has been set up to look into the matter further.

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