While there is no specific age in which NBA players are told to retire, the average age in which they do retire is 36. Some players retire earlier due to injury, boredom, etc., while others retire later.
There is no set age for when basketball players retire. Some retire early due to injuries. Players generally retire, however, when they are about 35. When they are far past their prime and injuries plague their play, players are bound to retire.
It is rare, except for kickers and punters, to see a player who is 40+ years of age. Most players that have a long career retire sometime in their thirties. In other words, Kickers and Punters - Around 40+ Everyone else - Mid-late 30s
Yes, the pension is administed by the Players Association and NOT by Major League Baseball. The real issue is that they cannot get into the Hall of Fame which increases the value of signings they do after they retire.
There isn't a time frame or age requirement. As long as you can continue to perform and are an asset to the team, they will keep you on. Once you can no longer provide value, they will cut you. Most players know when they are no longer of value and retire at that point.
The age set by the government for retirement in Canada is 65, although it is not compulsory to retire at this age. Many people work past this age and many people may retire early due to various reasons.
No. Retirement is not an age, but a dollar amount. If you had millions of dollars at age 30, wouldn't you be able to retire? Most people don't have that kind of money, but if you did had that kind of money, you could retire.