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Low earners disproportionately more likely to respond to increases in state pension age by working longer

New research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and funded by Ageing Better reveals that the rise in the state pension age has increased employment rates of 65 year olds, but the effects have not been felt equally.

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This increase in the state pension age has seen disproportionately more workers in the most deprived areas staying in employment, and has negatively impacted those who are unemployed.

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