|Forced retirement costs the UK £3.5bn a year‚ says Age UK
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|Author:||Admin1 [ Sun May 02, 2010 7:54 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Forced retirement costs the UK £3.5bn a year‚ says Age UK|
Forcing older workers to retire cost the UK last year an estimated £3.5 billion in lost economic output‚ new figures by Age UK reveal ahead of tomorrow night’s TV showdown among party leaders on the economy.
With an estimated 120‚000 older workers forced to retire in 2009‚ new research by the leading older people’s charity now shows the policy is draining billions of pounds from the economy every year. Forcing over a hundred thousand employees out of the job market has opened up an estimated £3.5 billion gap in lost economic output‚ says the Charity. This includes £2 billion in lost earnings for the workers themselves. Read more
|Author:||kenrick [ Sun May 02, 2010 8:42 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Forced retirement costs the UK £3.5bn a year‚ says Age UK|
Can someone explain what 'forced retirement' is?
Is it finishing work at 65 as agreed when these people signed their contract of employment many years ago?
If Age UK had these statistics printed on toilet paper, they may be able to recoup some of the donated monies, used to finance these surveys, by selling them at their fund raising events.
People would also have an opportunity to read them all, uninterupted!
|Author:||kenrick [ Thu May 20, 2010 8:10 am ]|
|Post subject:||Nearly 70pc of Britons forced to work beyond retirement age|
Here is another report which contradicts the first one.
http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/nearly ... 920f8.html
The thing what we have to decide is which one is correct! One of them?
Both of them?, or none of them!
Or is it just clever manipulation of statistics - again???
Click on the link and judge for yourself.
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