The phased increase in the eligibility age for the New Zealand old pension from 60 to 65 from the mid-1990s obviously carried through to the labour force participation of women over 65 as well.
Data extracted on 05 Feb 2016 05:13 UTC (GMT) from OECD.Stat.
The increase in the eligibility age from the age of 60 to the age of 65 for the old age pension in New Zealand clearly sparked an explosion in female labour force participation between these ages.
Data extracted on 05 Feb 2016 04:49 UTC (GMT) from OECD.Stat.
The gender pay gap in New Zealand rounds down to zero for women in their mid-20s!
Source: Closing the Gender Gap: Act Now – OECD 2012.