Although men have lower life expectancies at birth than women in Europe their proportion of life without activity limitations is higher than for women. The country with the lowest level of healthy life years in Europe is Latvia (women 54.3 years vs men 52.6 years). This contrasts with Sweden where women have 72.7 healthy life years and men 70.7. The country with the lowest female healthy life years for women relative to men is the Netherlands – with an average deficit of -2.8 years. These figures have wide-ranging implications for employers as the age of retirement rises.
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