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For women aged 15-24, Norway, for women aged 25-49 the Slovak Republic, and for women aged 50-64, Norway. 5. 3 a) Mobilisable labour resource is the sum of excess inactivity and excess unemployment, both relative to international benchmarks. Youth (aged 15-24) enrolled in school were not included in the calculation of excess inactivity or excess unemployment, even if they were classified as inactive or unemployed by the national labour force survey. b) The data for Austria refers to year 2000. c) Population-weighted average for the 28 countries shown above.

In Sweden, this gap has more or less remained constant over time and since about 1985, the effective retirement age of both men and women in Sweden has been consistently higher than the levels witnessed in Finland. 8. Average effective retirement age in Finland and Sweden, a 1967-2002 70 68 Men (FIN) 66 Men (SWE) Women (SWE) 64 Women (FIN) 62 60 58 1962-67 1967-72 1972-77 1977-82 1982-87 1987-92 1992-97 1997-02 a) Average age of withdrawal from the labour force for individuals older than 40 years based on changes in participation rates by five-year age cohorts over five-year intervals.

9. Effective and official retirement ages in selected OECD a countries, 1997-2002 Men 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 France Belgium Hungary Belgium Slovak Republic Hungary Austria Slovak Republic Czech Republic Luxembourg Poland Italy Austria Effective Finland Poland Germany Spain Netherlands Czech Republic Turkey Greece Canada United Kingdom Australia Norway Sweden New Zealand Ireland United States Portugal Denmark Korea Switzerland Japan Iceland Mexico 45 Official Women 70 65 60 55 50 Effective Netherlands France Finland Luxembourg Italy Australia Germany Greece United Kingdom New Zealand Spain Canada Turkey Sweden Denmark Norway United States Portugal Switzerland Japan Ireland Korea Mexico Iceland 45 Official a) Average age of withdrawal from the labour force for individuals older than 40 years based on changes in participation rates by five-year age cohorts over five-year intervals.

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