According to a survey by the consulting firm Deloitte, 40 percent of the work would take work on the pension age and beyond. Only a third of them expects, but also to remain in working life.
according To a on Thursday published survey of 1'000 people living in Switzerland at the age of 50 to 70 years. However, since only very few of the respondents expect to be able to actually be in the retirement age continue to work, it was necessary to mobilize this existing Potential, according to the findings of Deloitte.
according to Deloitte, the Swiss labour market will be missing by 2030, expected to be up to half a Million workers. The consulting firm relies on calculations of the major Bank UBS. This showed that in ten years, about 230'000 to 500'000 in the labour force will not be sufficiently available.
About 578'000 additional workers
already in the labour market people who would like to work beyond the normal retirement age, constituted a Reserve that could be tapped easily, according to Deloitte.
a Good third of the respondents would like to have worked at least part-time and around 5 percent of full-time. This is the result, according to Deloitte in Switzerland is an untapped Potential of about 578'000 additional workers. Would this use, could correct the growing imbalance between the labour market and new entrant and the growing pressure on the social works can be reduced.
mentality needs to change
The discrepancy between the desire for longer working hours take at least a good part of the work and reality seem at first glance surprising, is it. This, however, on closer examination, among other things, on the automatism in the minds of many employees lead. By the statutory fixed retirement age for many is clear that they will automatically leave at the age of 64 or 65 from the labour market.
The good news from the study for the Swiss economy but that a good part of the over 50-be Year old is definitely ready, the official pension age. Be required now the companies would have to change their attitude towards older employees. (step/sda)
Created: 14.11.2019, 10:34 PM