Definition of early retirement in English:

early retirement

Line breaks: early re¦tire|ment

noun

[mass noun]
The practice of leaving employment before the statutory age, especially on favourable financial terms: some will be forced to take early retirement [count noun]: there is a surge of early retirements among demoralized staff
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  • Why should the rest of us pay for public employees to take early retirement and guaranteed pensions funded partly by public money.
  • Shortly afterwards a more senior executive also used the merger as an excuse to force early retirement upon the manager.
  • Reality is that, through financial necessity, early retirement is not an option.

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