Non-workers aged 50-plus could make up 59% of Japan's population by 2050, OECD warns

05 Sep 2019 15:10 | JHRS (Administrator)

People aged 50 or older and out of the workforce in Japan could increase by 29 percent from 2018, to 59 per 100 people, by 2050, straining public retirement schemes, the OECD said in a recent report that suggested reforms are needed.


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