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Both groups include a huge variety of people and social types — Somewheres range from northern working-class pensioners to Home Counties market-town Daily Mail readers; Anywheres, from polished business executives to radical academics.
The ratio of pensioners-to-working is about 1:1.5 in Jilin and Heilongjiang, two provinces in China's northeast rust belt, which has seen population outflows in recent years.
Data show more than 77 percent of pensioners came back under the same job title.
But at least pensioners living in Venezuela are getting some government money.
But while stories of a few fat-cat pensioners make headlines, the average annual payday for a state retiree is about $35,000.
Riot police with helmets and shields used pepper gas several times to control the crowd as hundreds of pensioners jostled against security lines to attempt a march from a Caracas square.
For Tony Webster (Broadbent), a British pensioner who lives alone and runs a vintage camera shop, that memory has indeed been forgotten, or long buried.
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