Women set to live to 84.5 in 2050

Dutch men will live six years longer than they do now by 2050 and women 3.5 years more, according to new figures from the actuaries’ association. Men will reach 82 years of age on average and women 84.5 years, the actuaries say. The estimates are used to calculate pension and life insurance premiums.

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