Social Protection for All: How to Cover Middle-Sector Workers with Informal Jobs
No 91, OECD Development Centre Policy Insights from OECD Publishing
Informality remains pervasive in Latin American and Caribbean labour markets. Many "middle-sectors workers" (around the middle of the income distribution) are employed informally and contribute irregularly to a public or private pension. Governments should consider extending social pensions and stimulating (even financially, via defined matching contributions) individual savings.
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