AIG Chief Sees Retirement Age as High as 80 After Crisis

Bloomberg – American International Group Inc. (AIG) Chief Executive Officer Robert Benmosche said Europe’s debt crisis shows governments worldwide must accept that people will have to work more years as life expectancies increase. “Retirement ages will have to move to 70, 80 years old,” Benmosche, who turned 68 last week, said during a weekend interview at his seaside villa in Dubrovnik, Croatia. “That would make pensions, medical services more affordable. They will keep people working longer and will take that burden off of the youth.” Read Article

One thought on “AIG Chief Sees Retirement Age as High as 80 After Crisis

  1. AIG chief seeks to remove the burden of training from employers and the “burden” of employment from the young. There’s a reason why emplyers are complaining about a lack of skills, none of them are willing to train anyone, you’re supposed to magically have 5 years experience straight out of uni.

    If you really want to save money for retirement, how about instead of working people to death you stop funneling billions of tax dollars into the military industrial complex. You might not need to be monitoring the internet for dissidents if old people can retire and the young have a future, just a thought.

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