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Contemporary strategies and problems of incorporation into labor employment of persons of the third age

A.V. Fedulova
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A.V. Fedulova is Cand.Sci. (Sociology), doc. at High School of Contemporary Social Sciences (Faculty) Lomonosov Moscow State University e-mail:


Researched is the theme of contemporary strategies and problems of incorporation into labor employment of persons of the third age. The article examines the global problem of the need to increase retirement age in the modern world, due to aging of population of economically developed countries. Based on statistical data and sociological surveys, conducted by foreign authors, analyzed are various strategies for ensuring involvement of people of the third age in working life, as well as problems and prospects for application of these strategies.

Key words: labor employment, people of the third age, involvement strategies.



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