RE Dream = Turkey!
Retire in France at 62? In Turkey, it
"Turkey abolished its standard retirement age in 1969; ever since, a worker's years in the labor market determine when he or she can claim benefits. Pension rules are complex, but essentially about 25 years of service are required in Turkey. Assume that people start working at age 20, as the OECD did for its report, and you get people retiring in their mid-40s with a full pension."
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