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Can anyone explain the TTC pension eligibility?
I'm 49 and just got hired as a bus driver (in training). I have heard it's 30years for full pension. Logic says I will not be working until I'm 79. If I work until retirement age that's only 16yrs. Can't seem to get an answer from anyone.

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There is a an "80" rule where it takes your years of service and age into effect.
Something along the lines of 60 years old and 20 years of service makes you eligible for your pension.

Something along those lines.

Call the pension office for clarification.

Just call or email the pension office. At sixteen years you'll get around $16,000 per year.

You can get you pension entitlement 3 ways. 29 years of service with a reduced pension, 30 years of service regardless of age for full pension or age 60 with at least 10 years of service for a partial.

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