The financial reality of most millennials (roughly age 27 to 42 in 2023) and younger generations is that we are going to work until we die. Most of the people in this age range are way behind on retirement savings (if they even have any). If they live in the United States, Congress is raising the age at which one can collect full Social Security benefits to 67, which could easily be increased again in the future.
So what are your thoughts on this? The French are rioting because their government is trying to push a pension reform that would raise retirement age and make it more difficult to be eligible for benefits, but outside of France there isn't much concern it seems.