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Q: retirement age, in law and practice

Is there anyone with current information on China's retirment age?

7 weeks 4 days ago in  General  - China

 
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It depends.

if you have been working in 1 place for a number of years, chances are they may want to retain you if you are at 'retirement' age.

 

Also, if you are working for a foreign company, your contract is with them, not China.

 

Equally if desperate for any foreign employee and unable to get someone younger, age might not be a hinderence.

Or if you are located in a 3rd or 4th category city - a place less attractive to 'newbies'.

 

there are many reasons why you might be a retirement age and still working in China

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My anyone's search engine enlightened is ...

... in both, law and practice cheeky retirement session ...   

 

... as for an example ...

 

https://take-profit.org/en/statistics/retirement-age-men/china/

 

RETIREMENT AGE IN CHINA

Indicator   Data   Period

Retirement   Age   Men   60

Retirement   Age   Women   55

 

... and-o:

 

https://emojicut.com/knowledgebase/what-age-can-you-retire-in-china

 

I told you, my search engine is the bestest ... by far ... surprise

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I read somewhere that for white collar jobs, retirement age is 65. Confusing numbers all over the net. Need authorative source. 

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It depends.

if you have been working in 1 place for a number of years, chances are they may want to retain you if you are at 'retirement' age.

 

Also, if you are working for a foreign company, your contract is with them, not China.

 

Equally if desperate for any foreign employee and unable to get someone younger, age might not be a hinderence.

Or if you are located in a 3rd or 4th category city - a place less attractive to 'newbies'.

 

there are many reasons why you might be a retirement age and still working in China

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