In my opinion it totally depends on the
and society situation. At some time period
needs to use its staff as much as possible. It includes situations like being in a war, civil crisis, critical economic state and etc. In
case, some people who are about to retire may be able to continue helping the government.
But in usual situations, retiring in a definite
can have advantages for society. After
60 people basically do not feel as strong as before and they may be involved with various health problems. So it would be helpful for them to be forced to retire,
they love their
and enjoy it. It_s for their own good.
I_d say there is a certain time for everything. A person needs to spend his golden years after thirty or forty years of working. Not to keep working even though he himself likes it.
On the other hand,
will give the unemployed youth a chance. Those who are looking for a
and they need it to make a living. So if people aren_t forced to retire at a particular
and intend to continue working, some young people may not find a
30 or even more. And it can influence their marriage and
population. So forced
will give them the opportunity to have a proper
needs fresh staff who have the energy and motivation to serve their
In conclusion, as I said it genuinely depends on the
situation, whether the forced
is good or no. If
is short on staff the people_s
might be deferred and elderly and young people work
to each other. But in a groovy situation young people have the priority to have a career.
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