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In Section II of the CDG paper, there are eight remarks related to median years to retirement (hereafter MYR) and worklife expectancy (hereafter WLE).
CDG admit that their "hypothetical data (in Table 1) are intentionally exaggerated" to clarify the differences between MYR and WLE. However, this "exaggeration" results in examples that do not reflect the real world.
As Graphs 3 through 14 show, one does not observe random relationships between measured MYR and WLE when we compare the MYR to the WLE for actives ([WLE.sub.a]) for the same sex and level of education.] Very regular patterns are observed.
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Graphs 7 and 8, for men and women, respectively, show that "current age plus WLE" for the active population increases with education as does MYR depicted in Graphs 3 and 4.(20) Tables A7 and A8 present WLEs of men and women for the general and active populations for the same six educational groups used to compute MYR.
For men and women with no high school degree, our results show markedly higher WLEs. See Tables 3 and 6 in Appendix C.
For male college graduates, our results show slightly higher WLEs for most age groups, while our results for women college graduates show slightly lower WLEs.
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