The New-Old and Social Participation

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The New-Old and Social Participation

7-1 Expected Retirement Age of Japanese Elderly (55 to 69)3.3% 3.8% 7.2%30.3%10.9%16.3%27.9%Already retired64 and under65-6970 and overWork over lifetimeNever workNo answerJapan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT), Survey about the Employment and Work of Elderly Persons, 20107-2353027.5252021.315105015.96.915.77.72.81.46.63.15.61.315.713.18.011.96.313.120117-3 Intention Toward Social Contributions (%)80706050403046.631.961.756.7 57.350.1 52.4 53.041.737.9 38.049.2 49.846.249.666.6 65.5 65.667.870.465.058.3 57.6 62.759.3 55.754.855.9 52.646.263.3 63.446.246.565.361.1 64.4 65.673.0 74.7 69.171.4 70.556.5 59.053.549.3 52.1 52.9 51.652.749.160s70 andover20198319851990Cabinet Office, Survey of Public Opinion Concerning Social Awareness, 1983-2012Note: Data of years 1994, 1999, 2001 and 2003 is absent.19952000200520102012The New-Old and Social Participation 73


8The New-Old and Social ParticipationNew20121 Building a society through everyone’ s participation2 Building a society which is suitable for “the era in which peopleare expected to live for 90 years.”3 Building a society of generational cycle4 Building local communities where residents support each other5 Building a society where people can live peacefully andcomfortably through vitalization of the senior market74A Profile of Older Japanese 2013

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