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40% of Romanians aged between 45 and 65 are unemployed
24.01.2011, 23:36 | HR Careers Education | 797 views

The issue of special pensions, intensely debated in the past few days, brings into the spotlight a dramatic fact for a country like Romania: a quarter of Romanians aged between 45 and 65 are not working. Consolidated data reveal an even more dramatic situation: 40% of people aged between 45 and 65 are unemployed.

According to data of the Statistics Institute, out of the 5.2 million people currently aged between 45 and 65 (the retirement age for men according to the new pension law), 2 million are not employed. The figure amounts to more than half the number of Romanian pensioners or half the number of social security recipients, who last year amounted to nearly 5.5 million.

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