Russian men live 7.5 years on average after retirement, and women, three times longer – 22.6 years, FinExpertiza agency reported.
In Ingushetia, men live for the longest time after retirement, 18 years, while in Tyva and the Irkutsk Region, they live only 1.3 and 3.2 years on pension, respectively.
As for women, the residents of Ingushetia also live the longest, 29.1 years after retirement. Retired women from Tyva and the Amur Region live for the shortest periods, Lenta.ru writes.
Russia launched a pension reform at the beginning of this year, envisioning a gradual increase in the retirement age for both men and women.