the legal retirement age of our country
1, in the unit to participate in the insurance, and from the unit to deal with retirement: male comrades, workers and cadres of the retirement time is the same, all are 60 years old; female cadres, the retirement age is 55 years old, the workers are 50 years old.
2, retiring in the individual window: the male comrade is 60 years old retired; the female comrade enters the personal window to participate in the insurance payment for more than 3 years, all according to the worker to handle the retirement formalities and the treatment, 50 years old retires. In the absence of more than 3 years of retirement age, cadres retire at the age of 55 and workers retire at 50.
3, a freelancer who has never been a working unit, directly enters a personal window for insurance and retires: a male comrade retires at the age of 60; a female comrade retires at the age of 55.
"13th Five-Year" labor population will not decline in the
social department forecast. During the "13th Five-Year", the number of people who need to be employed in cities and towns will be maintained at 25 million people every year, of which about 10 million are registered unemployed; among the remaining 15 million, about 7000000 of college graduates, secondary vocational schools and After graduating from junior high school and senior high school, about 7000000 of the students are no longer enrolled in higher education, and the rest are military conversion workers.
no large-scale "downsizing"
for some media coverage of the "downsizing" problem, Yin Yumin said, from the human agency survey, there is no large-scale "downsizing".
which countries raise their retirement age?
don't retire so early
Japan's retirement age increased from 55 to 60, and now it has risen to 65 years old.
Germany raised the retirement age to 64 years in 1989, now up to 65;
Denmark raised the retirement age for men and women to 67;
the United States plans to raise the formal retirement age from 65 to 67, 68, or 70;
Britain has raised the retirement age from 60 to 65;
Uruguay The retirement age of male workers increased from 55 to 60;
the retirement age of male workers in Libya increased from 60 to 65 years.
(Chart from micro-blog, people's daily)