Will laid-off workers in their 50s, penniless, fare better than farmers?

2022-05-06 0 By

People in their 50s are suddenly laid off and out of work. They have no savings, so to speak, they are penniless.Would they be better off than farmers?More than 50 years old age stage, laid-off unemployment is indeed a more awkward age.Because you want to make their own re-employment is really difficult, in the job market, you are certainly not compared to the young people under the age of 35, so the difficulty of employment can be imagined.But even if we can not achieve employment, it doesn’t matter, because we can still choose to be self-employed, choose to pay their own social security in the way of flexible employment.Go looking for a few temporary jobs to do, although say there is no way to establish full-time labor contract relations.But we can also get ourselves a regular social security contribution.After retiring in the future you can get the pay of annuities by the month, say come off sentry duty so not terrible, terrible is oneself lose confidence to the life.In fact, there are a lot of jobs suitable for the crowd of more than 50 years old, such as doing security cleaning and so on, there is no problem at all, as long as they are willing to endure hardship, as long as they are willing to do such things.Then I believe that all in all, there is a better way out for myself.Would it be better than a farmer’s life?So depend on you henceforth, have method to get by the month the treatment of an annuities.If you pay social security normally, and the accumulated contribution life can reach more than 15 years.In the future can receive a pension treatment, so with such a pension treatment, I believe that will be more than the vast majority of farmers such a life.After all, most farmers may not be able to participate in the pension insurance for urban workers, but only for urban and rural residents. However, the level of residents’ pension insurance is relatively low, so the living conditions of many farmers are not particularly ideal after retirement.On the one hand, we try to find new work units and re-employ ourselves as much as possible.Through their own professional skills, through their own appropriate job position to find similar work units, the same industry can also have friends to help you introduce new units.On the other hand, even if you can’t get a job, you can try to find some temporary jobs. In a word, as long as you can achieve a stable income and get through the difficult times of these years, you can get a stable pension in the future after retirement.So first of all, you should have confidence in life.In fact, at the end of the 1990s, there were a lot of people who were forced to be laid off. But in fact, being laid off is not terrible, and it also provides a better platform for many capable and ambitious people, because they all choose to start their own businesses.The final day may be better than the day in the original unit, more happiness.So being laid off isn’t a terrible thing, and it’s not necessarily a bad thing. After all, you’ll have a better platform than your old job.That’s what we have to imagine.Thank you for reading and talking about retirement knowledge every day. I focus on social security and retirement. If you like my article, you can add my attention.