Early retirement, Quota 100 will remain until 2021
An overtaking that received a boost from Covid, which as we know has frozen the job market, especially affecting the most fragile groups such as young people with time contracts and women. “After the Covid explosion – explains the coordinator of the Cgia Research Office, Paolo Zabeo, in a note – a decline in active workers has followed. With more pensions than employees, workers and self-employed workers, in the future it will not be easy to guarantee the sustainability of social security spending which currently exceeds 293 billion euros per year, equal to 16.6 per cent of GDP. With empty cradles and an increasingly high average age of the population, in the coming decades we will have a less innovative society, less dynamic and with a constantly decreasing level and quality of internal consumption “.
On the basis of data that stop at the beginning of last year, the CGIA highlights that the problem is stronger in the regions of Southern Italy, which “they present a higher number of pensions than those employed. Among the southern provinces, only three recorded a positive balance, that is, more active workers than pensions paid. They are: Teramo, Ragusa and Cagliari“.
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The Northern picture is better, with the exception of Liguria “