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Levente.Maier wrote:So suggestions on how to resolve this little problem?
linguoboy wrote:What makes it a "problem"?
linguoboy wrote:Levente.Maier wrote:So suggestions on how to resolve this little problem?
What makes it a "problem"?
Levente.Maier wrote:linguoboy wrote:What makes it a "problem"?
1. Well the current working force is old and we don't have people to replace them.
2. And we don't have enough people to pay for the retirement of the old generation.
3. And the worst is that we have a lack of doctors.
First some very serious health-defending and conserving programme should be started, and in 20-30 years maybe we'll have at least the basics for old people to be able to work at least.
Levo wrote:(Hungary is also the fattest country in EU according to latest statistics).
We need to start using "forgreying" in English.Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:'vergrijzing' (literally it means that there will be more grey) is considered to be a huge problem
Varislintu wrote:Levo wrote:(Hungary is also the fattest country in EU according to latest statistics).
I've heard CoBB mention this, too. But it's strange, because in Budapest the people you see around don't generally look very fat. Are the fatter people in the rural areas? Or perhaps they just stay closer to home (like older people) and don't walk around in the capital's center.
Levente.Maier wrote:Does it happen in Hungary that someone is retired but still works?
I know some people who are 70, retired, but still working
because they want some extra money or because they are just booored.
Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:I think this is a quite interesting (though worrying) issue.
Lately someone in the newspaper presented it as a solution that someone had hired three personal Polish girls (but Romenian or Hungarian would be fine too) to take care of her. Well, maybe we should also think about what that does for Romenia and Hungary then.
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