Working beyond the state pension age in the United Kingdom : the role of working time flexibility and the effects on the home

@inproceedings{Cebulla2007WorkingBT,
  title={Working beyond the state pension age in the United Kingdom : the role of working time flexibility and the effects on the home},
  author={Andreas Cebulla and Sarah Butt and NICK LYON},
  year={2007}
}
The present and future security of employee-pension funding remains at the forefront of public debate across Europe and beyond. In the United Kingdom, to finance future pension entitlements it has been suggested that the state pension age be increased. This paper presents the results of analyses of four major national social surveys that have explored the working and living conditions of workers in paid employment after the state pension age. Comparing the circumstances of these workers with… CONTINUE READING

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