What Is the Average Pension for Retirees?

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The average pension for new retiree is £16,509 but it also depends on the job and whether it is public division or private sector.
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The average pension for a retiree is £16,509. This figure has over the years been changing, for instance, in 2009 the amount was £17,779 and in the year 2008 the amount was £18,663. The rise and drop of the total amount depends on the current market.
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