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English Summary - Työeläke, Finnish Centre for Pensions

Every third woman and every second man aged 35 in Finland are childless although Finns dream of having two children. Consortium Director Marika Jalovaara (FLUX, University of Turku) argues that it's not about employment or income but about impressions and social capital. Online dating may favour the high-educated.

Read more about how the low birth rates may be improved and how family-friendly decisions can contribute in this respect in the most recent English Summary (Työeläke 3:2023) published on 2 October. The English Summary also sheds light on how the age at retirement is linked to perceptions of work and working conditions in Finland according to a recent survey, as well as the key results of the 2023 Pension Barometer.

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Finnish Centre for Pensions – Central body of and expert on statutory earnings-related pensions