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ArtikelDoes skill-Development Make Elderly Japanese More Marketable?  
Oleh: Kajitani, Shinya
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Japan Labor Review vol. 5 no. 2 (2008), page 89-111.
Topik: Skill-Development
Fulltext: Shinya Kajitani.pdf (374.18KB)
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Isi artikelWork incentives for the elderly Japanese male are much higher relative to those for the elderly in the other developed countries. The 2005 International Comparison of Old-Age Person' Attitude about Life Finance [Koreisha no seikatsu to ishiki ni kansuru kokusai hikaku chosa], conducted by theCabinet Office, asks the elderly male about a desirable retirement age regardless of his current working status. The results show that 32.7% of the Japanese, 4.6% of the French, only 2.4% of the German, and 14.4% of the Americans responded "70 years old."
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