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Supprimer la notion « d’impossibilité d’exercer son emploi antérieur » pour déterminer le degré d’invalidité d’une personne. Il faut veiller à ce que les pensions d’invalidité soient réservées aux personnes entièrement ou partiellement inaptes au travail et qu’elles ne constituent pas une voie détournée vers la retraite anticipée. A l’heure actuelle, il suffit aux travailleurs de plus de 57 ans de démontrer qu’ils ne peuvent plus exercer leur emploi antérieur pour pouvoir prétendre à une pension d’invalidité.
Subsequent generations will not be sufficiently numerous to support such a large group of early retirees, nor will the labour market fifteen years from now easily adapt to AGEING AND EMPLOYMENT POLICIES: AUSTRIA – ISBN-92-64-01008-4 © OECD 2005 CHAPTER 1. THE CHALLENGE AHEAD – 55 such a sudden outflow of workers. As these cohorts, on average, entered the labour market at a much later age than previous cohorts (due to prolonged education), in principle it should not be a problem to expect them to work until a later age.
Together, these trends have led to significant growth in the number and the proportion of years spent in good health. 8 years). 5%. This suggests considerable improvements in the quality of life during retirement. Living longer and in better health is obviously a great opportunity. The problem for society arises from the fact that living longer and being healthy longer has not, during the past fifty years, translated into working longer. Quite the contrary: in parallel to the increase in life expectancy, the effective age of retirement has fallen.