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Does Job Change After Becoming A Pensioner Contribute To Maintaining Employment In Old Age?

Oxana Sinyavskaya (), Anna Cherviakova () and Elizaveta Gorvat ()
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Oxana Sinyavskaya: National Research University Higher School of Economics
Anna Cherviakova: National Research University Higher School of Economics
Elizaveta Gorvat: National Research University Higher School of Economics

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Abstract: This research explores the relation between labor mobility in pre-retirement and retirement ages and further employment in old age in Russia. Older workers often face the challenge of keeping their job due to impaired health, age discrimination, and other factors. Job change can be a potential strategy to maintain employment in old age. Our study uses panel data of the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey of Higher School of Economics (RLMS-HSE) for 2010–2017. Logistic regression models show that labor mobility can be an effective strategy to maintain employment in old age but only for men. Older workers are more likely to change their job if they do not have stable employment relationships and are not satisfied with their current job.

Keywords: older people; pensioners; employment in old age; labor mobility (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Z (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 30 pages
Date: 2020
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Published in WP BRP Series: Public and Social Policy / PSP, February 2020, pages 1-30

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