By Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
This record offers an outline of the immense getting older and employment coverage tasks already applied in Norway over the last decade and identifies components the place extra could be performed, overlaying either supply-side and demand-side aspects.
to provide larger incentives to hold on operating, the record recommends additional reforms within the second-pillar pension schemes, really for public area staff. at the part of employers, it is very important growth in the direction of extra age-neutral hiring judgements and to check of age limits for obligatory retirement.
to enhance the employability of older staff, the point of interest will be to advertise job-related education with a specific specialise in mid-career staff and to motivate tasks in response to a full-time tradition and solid operating stipulations for all.
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Projected population growth in Norway by age group, a 2000-2050 Index, population in 2000 = 100 0-19 20-49 50-66 67+ 210 200 190 180 170 160 150 140 130 120 110 100 90 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 a) The projections are based on the Norwegian medium population projection scenario. e. as the average over the period 1990-2001). Source: Statistics Norway, Population Projections for Norway, 2002-2050. 2. Potential economic and social impacts The ageing of Norway’s population is likely to have serious economic and social repercussions.
Parallèlement, les dépenses publiques seraient réduites et l’on instaurerait une plus grande équité entre les individus. • Introduire plus de flexibilité dans la décision de partir à la retraite. Il conviendrait de rendre plus flexible le système de pensions de retraite. Pour augmenter la flexibilité, on pourrait abolir l’âge officiel de départ à la retraite et appliquer des méthodes actuarielles pour calculer les droits à pension. Pour que le passage de l’emploi à la retraite se fasse souplement, il faudrait aussi que les revenus du travail et les pensions puissent être cumulés aisément sans que l’intéressé subisse de pertes financières importantes.
As well, at more than 76% in 1972, the participation rate of men aged 65-69 was relatively high – only 14 percentage points below men aged 50-54. Since then, the participation rate for the age group 65-69 has declined dramatically to only 24% in 2002 – or 65 percentage points below that of the group aged 50-54. As will be discussed in Chapter 3, the increased number of disability pensions and the introduction of the contractual early retirement scheme (AFP) appear to be the main factors behind the steep declines in the labour force participation of men aged 60-64 and 65-69.
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