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H 1 Employment of older workers
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Auteurs : ÖZDEMIR, Erhan ;[et al]
Publication : Brussel : European Commission, 2016, 68 p.

Accès au texte intégral (19-10-2016)

Collection : Research Note ; no. 5/2015
Format de fichier : Adobe Acrobat PDF
Droits d'auteur : La reproduction de ce document à des fins non commerciales est autorisée à condition que la source soit dûment mentionnée.

Lieux géographiques :
Europe

Descripteurs :
Travailleur âgé

Mots-clés secondaires : Retraité (personne) ; Emploi ; Âge de la retraite ; État de santé
Résumé :
"This Research Note is divided into two parts. The first part analyses the ad hoc module on the transition from work to retirement, examining the relative number of men and women in the EU in receipt of old-age pensions before they reach 65 (the official age of retirement in most Member States), the extent to which they continue to work both before and after reaching 65, the hours they work and the types of job they do. It also considers whether or not those with higher levels of education tend to be more inclined to remain in employment than those with lower levels, as well as the main reasons for staying in work and how far it is related to a desire, or need, to increase household income. The second part examines the health condition of older people and the extent to which they are affected by impairments, including mental disabilities. It also compares the health condition of those in employment with those who have retired or are unemployed as well as with those who are economically inactive but are not yet retired. It is based on data collected by the fifth wave of SHARE (Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe), which covers men and women aged 55-69 in 14 European countries and relates to 2013."

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 33921
NumRec : 7359503


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