中国人必须了解的巴西 : Social Security

//中国人必须了解的巴西 : Social Security

中国人必须了解的巴西 : Social Security

The issue of pension reforms has often appeared in the world’s media. Comments in favor of current rulers and their constituents, and against opposition parties to governments and their sympathizers.
In our view, it is a purely political and dangerous discussion, because it is evident that most providential systems are in financial collapse.
Regardless of the acts of corruption, which have curtailed many of them around the world, there are at least two primary effects that will affect them all around the world. Without severe and committed measures, future generations will inevitably be doomed to suffer the consequences of such irresponsibility.
The first effect arises because social security rules made many years ago. Obviously, the data we had at the time is out of date with the world today. For example, countries that have adopted minimum retirement ages have estimated a much shorter life expectancy than they do today. Only this effect, we have already verified that the social security systems, which are maintained by active workers, will not have the capacity to bear the cost of the increase of retirees. There are still cases like Brazil, for example, that have the aggravation of allowing retirement by the length of service.
The second effect arises as a result of technological development. When calculating the parameters for the retirement system, it was clear that the input-output matrix of the time and its respective generation of jobs taken into account. Well, we know that with the advancement of technology over time, even more so now, especially with the development of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, much of today’s jobs will disappear. Undoubtedly new posts will appear in the future, but we do not know them yet, and there will be many doubts about the balance parameters of any social security system in the world. That is the relationship between people in the active and retired people.
Therefore, we find it urgent to set aside these petty political discussions and think about the future of our countries. Those who do their pension reforms, at least with the increase in the mandatory retirement age, will still have some time to articulate some mechanism to address the technological impact of the qualitative and quantitative transformation of the professions of the future.
Indeed, those countries that do nothing will have very little life in their social security systems, putting the country’s social security at risk. We urgently need to deepen social security reforms because there are no alternatives.

By | 2017-12-25T15:11:15+00:00 dezembro 25th, 2017|Quick News Brazil|0 Comments