The article provides an assessment of the pension reform of 2018 in Russia and raises a number of issues. The main change in the pension system is the increase in the retirement age. This measure is the main in international practice. As a rule, this is implemented at a slower pace than half a year. Recent reforms in the area of pensions have generated various possible ways for development. We will consider options for changing the pension system, not included in the Pension Reform. Other options increase in seniority or tax from enterprises) are more diﬃcult to implement since many companies are in the shadow sector. Women found themselves in a diﬃcult position because of the diﬃculties in ﬁnding a job after 45 years. They retired and raised their grandchildren, after which they cannot return to work. Employment at a later age is growing in many developed countries. The elderly ﬁnd work as they improve their skills, adapt to new conditions and part-time employment. Studies of older people’s labor potential in Russia suggest that the situation with post-retirement employment will improve once people with suﬃcient educational resources. At the moment, our government oﬀers control over employers. It is important to ﬁnd out which solutions for the pension issue could be considered? What are the risks and opportunities for women of pre-retirement age? These and other points were revealed by us in the article.
|Translated title of the contribution||PUBLIC DISSATISFACTION WITH PENSION REFORM: A GENDER PERSPECTIVE|
|Journal||ЖУРНАЛ СОЦИОЛОГИИ И СОЦИАЛЬНОЙ АНТРОПОЛОГИИ|
|State||Published - Dec 2019|
- PRE-RETIREMENT AGE
- pension reform
- SHADOW EMPLOYMENT