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In July 2021, the Federal Employment Agency published an announcement stating that more than one million employees are now aged over 67.* Employment at an older age is becoming increasingly normal, albeit for different reasons. It is revealed that older women are particularly likely to have a lower income. It is also more probable that they will be affected by poverty. The present article investigates how gender-specific life histories structure the transition to retirement and looks at the influence exerted by level of education..
Seegers, M.: Education extends working life. Gender-specific effects of education at the transition to retirement. In: BWP 50 (2021) 4, S. 44-47. URL: https://www.bwp-zeitschrift.de/dienst/publikationen/en/17615
APA citation style
Seegers, M. (2021). Education extends working life: Gender-specific effects of education at the transition to retirement. Bonn: Franz Steiner Verlag