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Old 04-10-2017, 07:08 AM
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Originally Posted by McpfcS View Post
I don't see why?
Because the average life expectancy for males in the UK is 79.6 years. Which is why the retirement age is set at 65. That is because towards the end of their lives, people lose their faculties and capability of doing their jobs. This is particularly relevant if someones job involves short sudden stress and physical exercise such as sport.
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