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BUSAN, South Korea -- A government survey showed that South Korean adults want to work until the age of sixty-four on average, but only fourteen percent of them are actively preparing to re-orient themselves in the job market after retirement. 

The survey of two-thousand adults, conducted by the state-run Korea Employment Information Service between October and November last year, said they hope to work until the age of sixty-three-point-nine on average. 

The survey found that only 14 percent of them are actively managing their career to help them transfer to new jobs after retiring from their primary careers. 

In South Korea, the average retirement age stands at fifty-eight.

Source: Busan eFM News

Korean Adults Struggle to Prepare for Retirement


BUSAN, South Korea — A government survey showed that South Korean adults want to work until the age of sixty-four on average, but only fourteen percent of them are actively preparing to re-orient themselves in the job market after retirement. 

The survey of two-thousand adults, conducted by the state-run Korea Employment Information Service between October and November last year, said they hope to work until the age of sixty-three-point-nine on average. 

The survey found that only 14 percent of them are actively managing their career to help them transfer to new jobs after retiring from their primary careers. 

In South Korea, the average retirement age stands at fifty-eight.

Source: Busan eFM News


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