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In Italy, the retirement age has been steadily rising over the last decade from 59 to 67 for both men and women. This is on par with most other developed countries. Retirement age typically ranges from 60-67 among the G20 countries. (All except for Indonesia whose retirement age is only 58). With the average life expectancy being 82 years in Italy, this means that men and women of retirement age have an average of 15 years after they retire to fully enjoy their lives.