The recurring topic of Singapore's ageing population and its effects is now more real than ever as the Merdeka generation (born in the 1950s) now enters retirement age.
With improved healthcare over the past decades, members of this generation are generally more healthy and able-bodied at their current age compared with their predecessors. Thus, many at the age of retirement still find themselves fully able to carry on their employment beyond the age of 62.
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