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A Norwegian study has found that women whose husbands take early retirement are more likely also to retire early. But the reverse isn’t the case—and this isn’t the first study to come to that conclusion.
According to ScienceNordic.com, the study, from PhD fellow Herman Kruse in the Department of Economics at the University of Oslo, examined the choices of female and male Norwegian 63-year-olds when their spouses retired.
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