Pedestrians in face masks cross a road in Central on June 29. As Hong Kong’s population ages, it will see its labour force shrink. Photo: Winson Wong Pedestrians in face masks cross a road in Central on June 29. As Hong Kong’s population ages, it will see its labour force shrink. Photo: Winson Wong
Pedestrians in face masks cross a road in Central on June 29. As Hong Kong’s population ages, it will see its labour force shrink. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Should Hong Kong raise the retirement age? The answer may lie in flexible arrangements

  • The business sector could vary the retirement age according to the ground reality so that promotion opportunities for young people are not limited while companies have the flexibility to retain experienced talent

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Pedestrians in face masks cross a road in Central on June 29. As Hong Kong’s population ages, it will see its labour force shrink. Photo: Winson Wong Pedestrians in face masks cross a road in Central on June 29. As Hong Kong’s population ages, it will see its labour force shrink. Photo: Winson Wong
Pedestrians in face masks cross a road in Central on June 29. As Hong Kong’s population ages, it will see its labour force shrink. Photo: Winson Wong
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