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October 1985, Vol. 108, No. 10
Flexible and partial retirement
for Norwegian and Swedish workers
With a commitment to full employment, both countries encourage older workers to ease the transition from work to retirement; in Sweden, employees can begin at age 60, while in Norway, workers qualify after reaching the normal retirement age of 67.
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