Retention of older female workers essential for countering ageing

June 2 2016
Wojciech Hardy on World Bank blog about the recent IBS research on job retention of workers nearing retirement.

The retention rates of workers aged 60-64 in CEE4 ranged from 14% to 41% over the period 2003-2013 and were generally lower for women. Moreover, many women exit labour market already at the age of 55-59. While older workers were, in general, more likely than younger to work in high-skilled occupations, women also tended to sort into the low-skilled (read the whole blog post here).

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