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Part-time work has little impact on the pension

"Part-time work has little impact on the pension" "Samverkansorganisationen PTK has in a new report, figured out how the pension is affected by the part-tim

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Part-time work has little impact on the pension
"Part-time work has little impact on the pension"

"Samverkansorganisationen PTK has in a new report, figured out how the pension is affected by the part-time work."

"And it is not nearly as dangerous as most stained up."

"– If you work part-time for a shorter period, it need not be a disaster for the pension. It should be devastating is not true, " says Anna Allerstrand, pensionsspecialist at PTK."

"A limited period of part-time work has very little impact on the future pension."

"”Is a conscious choice”"

"the PTK has, with the help of market research company Novus asked over 2000 officials in the private sector how they look at working part-time. "

"It is, above all, during the three phases of life which we choose actively to work part-time; when we study, when the children are small and at the end of the working life. "

"It's all about getting more time with the child, to bring together work-life balance, or to eke out income for studies or just to get a better balance in life. It is most commonly say the vast majority are to go down in time for the children's sake."

"we Have put unnecessary stress on parents who work part-time?"

"– Yes, I can experience it. But you are aware of how this affects and that it is a choice you have made."

"According to the PTKs calculations would, for example, five years of part-time work during this for a computer scientist, would mean a reduction of the pension by two per cent. Ten years of part-time work would provide a six percent reduction of the pension."

"– With the right occupational pensions, the right starting salary and a fair wage may also work part-time in a few years a good pension. One should not skambelägga those who want to work part-time for small children. It is long-term part-time employment you should look up with. It is livslönen that determines what pension you will get and when is it profitable to work, say Allerstrand."

"A question of equality"

"the Biggest threat to the pension and the income at part-time work is otherwise the structural discrimination in employment on the basis of salary and a part-time basis. It affects more than just the actual part-time employment."

"– It turns out that part-time work can have other negative effects. You miss the career prospects, development opportunities and lose the self-confidence."

"Part-time work can also mean a lower starting salary and lower wage growth. If you are not on their guard can part-time employment hit hard on the economy both now and in the future. "

" Women have lower wages than men. Go you also down on part-time can enhance the development of wages. "

"It affects women in particular. Namely, it is 2.5 times more common that women work part time compared with that of a man doing it. "

"According to Allerstrand should the discussion instead be about equality. That the father can take all of the vabb and transfer of pension rights, in order to compensate."

"– The optimal would be if both parents share it here pensionsbortfallet as it gets. Not to anyone who has the lowest salary shall take everything."

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