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The eligible age for elderly CSSA has been raised from 60 to 65 in view of young-olds’ improved working ability, and it is not uncommon for the elderly to defer their retirement. However, some of the young-olds, especially females, are still struggling to find a secure footing in the workplace. Why is that?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.