Na União Europeia, 45% dos trabalhadores com 65 a 69 anos trabalha por motivações não financeiras
Clearly, the meaning of working age is changing – and this is not just because of pension reforms that raise the standard pension age. The upper limit of 65 does not reflect the reality anymore. A large and growing share of workers aged 65+ mainly work for non-financial reasons and this is not limited to the well-educated. For these people it is good news that the meaning of ‘working age’ is changing. However, there is also a sizeable group of people aged 65+ who work mainly because of financial needs and who have not managed to earn sufficient pension entitlements by the age of 65.
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