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A Preliminary Study on the Experiences of Stable Employment for the Elderly
The study was conducted by six "employed persons over the age of 65 who have reached stable employment for more than three months". Three males and three females were interviewed in depth to understand the stable employment of senior citizens. The experience and the five aspects of its economic security, physical health, mental health, social network, dilemma and recommendations are as follows: 1. The process of stable employment experience for the elderly (1) Occupational situation: The current occupational content of the elderly is the same as in the past, and the professional elderly have better salary and promotion. (2) Employment situation: The reasons for employment of the elderly involve personal and institutional aspects. Job re-design and on-the-job training are helpful for the stable employment of the elderly. (3) Retirement situation: The preferential retirement system will attract the elderly to retire early. Most of the reemployment after retirement is before the age of 65. It is easier for a professional elderly to switch jobs after retirement. Older people over 65 will assess the age of retirement according to their physical condition. 2. Situations of five levels of stable employment (1) Economic security：For the elderly who have financial needs and receive a one-off pension, work income helps them have a sense of security and economic security. (2) Physical health：They are in good health and can maintain physical activity through work to maintain health. (3) Mental health：They may occasionally have some negative emotions due to family, work, and political matters, but they will maintain a happy mood through positive attitudes, leisure and entertainment, work activities, and interpersonal interactions, and have a good psychological quality to face work. (4) Social network：The old people looking for a job come from the workplace, and they can get social support from the workplace. After work, the female elderly will participate in other activities than the male elderly. (5) Difficulties and Suggestions: The elderly have problems with job hunting, poor working conditions, and age restrictions, and make recommendations to the elderly, businesses, and governments based on these issues.
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