Pension reform is on the European agenda. Politicians are looking for a way that allows them to ensure future retirements in the face of an aging population that, with a very low birth rate, endangers the sustainability of the system.
After weeks of protests against the reforms proposed by his government, Emmanuel Macron decided to cut his losses and survive the increase in the retirement age from 62 to 64 years by decree.
The vertiginous advance of the technological revolution and its negative impact on jobs, another axis in the discussion.
Listen to Sergio Manaut’s column, from Madrid, for Radio Perfil FM 101.9.