The life expectancy of a person depends on many factors and is largely influenced not only by genes, diet and physical activity, but also the country in which you reside. The World Bank and Bloomberg news agency of the UN, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, collected data on the basis that the classification of countries characterized by high life expectancy.
1. Tenth place: Norway.
On average, people in this country live 81.3 years. Retirement age 67, while those over 60 account for 22% of the population.
2. Ninth place: France.
The average life span of 81.67 years people of France. Retirement age 60 years. 24% of the population are pensioners over 60 years.
3. Eighth place: Israel.
The population of Israel is fulfilling an average of 81.76 years. The retirement age for men is seen at 67 and women at 62 years. Among the population, there is a 12% of people over 60 years.
4. Seventh place: Sweden.
The average life expectancy in Sweden is 81.8 years. Swedish retire at age 65, and among the population there is 25% of people over 60 years. An interesting fact considering that only 4.1% of pensioners in Sweden live with their children, which is considered the lowest in the world.
5. Sixth place: Australia.
Australian residents live an average of 81.85 years, while men retire at 65 and women at 64 years. 20% of the Australian population is over 60 years.
6. Fifth place: Italy.
Italians live an average of 82.09 years. The retirement age for men is 65 and for women 60 years. 27% of Italy’s population consists of people over 60 years.
7. Fourth place: Spain.
The average life expectancy in Spain is 82.33 years. Both men and women retire at 65 years of age and people over 60 account for 23% of the population.
8. Third place: Iceland.
The average life expectancy of residents in Iceland is 82.36 years, and people become pensioners on reaching 67 years of age. 17% of the population is over 60 years.
9. Second place: Japan.
The Japanese live an average of 82.59 years and retire at 65 years of age. In Japan 32% of the population are over 60, the highest in the world.
10. First place: Switzerland.
The average resident of this country is 82.70 years. The retirement age for men is 65 and for women 64 years. 23% of the population is over 60 years.