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Many jobbår gives earlier pension in Italy

It is full in the waiting room at Italy's largest unions CGIL, which politically is on the far left. Some visitors have booked a meeting, the other will spontaneously to get information about new possibilities for the pension.

Emanuele Buonvino waiting for their turn. He is 62 years old and has worked for over 40 years. The past decades he has worked at the checkout at a large teknikvaruhus. Today he has a salary of 14.000 per month after tax.

"I don't know if I can really afford to retire," he says to DN.

the Calculation of his pension will not be higher than 11,000 dollars a month. Not enough for his needs. Therefore, he says that he wants to continue to work as long as it is possible.

pension significantly better. The range is wide. Massimo Bianchini has had a chefslön for many years from Rome's municipal transport company ATAC. For him, waiting for a pension of 30,000 dollars a month. He still thinks the new rules are successful.

" Reform is not good. It will not nyanställas as many as those that are now retiring, " says Massimo Bianchini.

He believes that the skills and experience will be lost.

decades seen a number of different pension reforms. In the 1980s it was possible to retire at only 40 years of age. ”Babypension” was called the agreements. Eight years ago raised the retirement age dramatically. The 50,000 italians could see their plans go up in smoke overnight.

2019 years of reform has been pushed forward by the populist party in government Femstjärnorna. It shall apply up to the year 2021 and is estimated to cost 310 billion for the three years. It is thus only during these three years that you can retire with an age + years of work = 100.

However, many critics suggest that the entire system is liable to collapse within a decade. The situation becomes critical when those born in the 1960s retire. A decade in which the Italian economy flourished and the baby boomers were great.

– For this not to happen, we must raise the retirement age to 75 years of age, recently said Tito Boeri, head of Italy's equivalent to the social Insurance fund, INPS.

according to most italians.

At the end to the union of the CGIL's local, we meet Marco Marcucci, 62 years, during the greater part of his life he has worked in theatre as a lighting designer. He gets the advice of the local union expert, who goes through his working life.

" there are a lot of part-time work and you will not come close to working full-time. The years you worked black you can of course not count, says the CGIL's expert.

the News is, after a while, ready for Marco Marcucci: He must wait on the old-age pension and work throughout the five years.

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