At present, only 45 per cent of those who are 60-64 in Hong Kong are employed, and most have only low secondary school educational attainment levels. Photo: EPA-EFE
Paul Yip
Opinion

Opinion

Paul Yip

Ageing Hong Kong should aim to keep its elderly healthy and in a job, rather than eligible for welfare

  • Paul Yip and Asghar Zaidi say the row over the Hong Kong government’s proposal to raise the age threshold for elderly welfare payments misses the more worthy battle to avert the negative impact of workforce decline

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At present, only 45 per cent of those who are 60-64 in Hong Kong are employed, and most have only low secondary school educational attainment levels. Photo: EPA-EFE
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