I am a teacher. In January I fill 62 years. When I look around me in schools, I note that very few colleagues over 60 years of working full-time.
Now it is time for me to realize that I'm starting to run out and see, therefore, that after the new year go down in serviceability. I can't stand it any more, despite the fact that I like to do my work.
to ponder. I have in my life after completing schooling dutifully worked. The work itself has filled my life and, I realize now, fill the larger part of my social needs. What happens when I retire? What shall I take me for?
My experience applies to the teaching profession. How it looks in other professions? Is the work less demanding and where?
There are two aspects to this.
fully with our tasks until the body and the mind is exhausted and it is time for retirement. Can't the work be better with a bit different data when the age creeps in?
Is it not better for the society and the employer, if the senior experiences are taken to be as long as possible? In the old peasant society, the elderly at home and tended the children and the home while the able-bodied were out in the field.
ter when the whole life has been set on to do its work.
What should I take me for? I have found a need for initiation into the pensionärslivet. An initiation that prepares a mentally that you are not working anymore and shows on the various employment opportunities. Despite a lot of searching I have not found any such training.
the parliament a budget proposed by the Conservatives and the Christian democrats. The conservatives economic spokesperson Elisabeth Svantesson says that it is important for the local economy to keep older people remain in their professional life. This she plans arrange economic incentives.
But if you don't have? If you have tasks that are not suited to an older body and brain? What helps when the economic lubricant?