IELTS Essay Paying for Retirement
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The increase in people's life expectancy means that they have to work older to pay for their retirement. One alternative is that people start to work at a younger age.
Is the alternative a positive or negative development?
Due to the developing competition between many countries in the world, some opinions argue that people should start to work in younger age, instead of working older in order to pay for their retirement. From an objective perspective, I strongly state that this is absolutely a negative development.
Firstly, the studying abilities of youngsters always are assessed higher than elders. The period of adolescent time should be used for consolidating their knowledge and working skills, and this will be a spring board to be a cutting edge of their occupation in future. Because, turning the deliberated eyes to this issue, governments, especially the developed nations, have been investing in the tertiary programs in order to rise the effect of human and financial resources , as well as leading the development of economy simultaneously. It is can name the cases of England, Australia, USA, etc, not only does the tertiary education play an important role in providing the great number of effective employees who come from those nations but also it has attracted others who come from other nations.
Furthermore, the occupation age is frequently synonymous with the class of experience, and it is obvious that youngsters could not win elders in this competition. Working experiences have been contributed day by day and this factor makes an employee who has capable of doing professional skills. For instance in Japan, with the law that extends the residents' working process, the economic efforts are ameliorated rapidly and obviously became the paragon for developing countries.
To conclude, as the aforementioned opinions, I strongly support the laws that extend the working age for retirement instead of encouraging to work early.