Most senior citizens continue or go back to the labor market through a search for personal completion along with the need for revenue. This increment is driven by entrepreneurship.
According to the latest figures from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBE), 46% of those above 60 years of age were employed in their accounts in the second quarter of this year. 9.3% are entrepreneurs.
However, IBM's National Survey of House Women's Sample (Pinad) said 4 per cent of the senior members had a formal job and 18 per cent were in informal sector.
Morris Litwock, founder of the Matrix Jobs Desktop Platform for Circles, says: "Autoimmus or informal work is the only way that this community can be offered to ordinary officers.
Open a startup after 60
At the age of 60, Veronic Fort gave up his communications and marketing career. Their partner decided to open a startup with Martha Montero. A linkage based on the Morar Dotcom virus operating in São Paulo is expected to be created in 2017.
After the age of 60, they met in the workshop. They started with a second career. The challenge to improving the site is very good since learning that businesses need lots of technical knowledge.
But Veronic did not have the technical superiority to face a barrier to his age.
"Initially, we do not take seriously in a very masculine or young situation, it is difficult to take it seriously.
Veronic said the buyers have a setback to investors in startups, headed by two senior women. In maturity, however, maturity is a "food" for creativity that is needed in that environment.
Not only the economic necessity that prompted her to start a business after the age of 60, it is still a challenge to continue challenges that "keep people alive".
"Many people do not understand the great possibility of mature people, and you have an adult sage," says Veronic.
"At an elderly time, you're taking a slap and you know the world did not end," says the businessman.
For the third time, professionals in the Brazilian market have been able to commence improvement, maturity, and high sense of responsibility. According to Imperial Hyunte Consulting, Luciano Franco.
"Entrepreneurship is one of the ways Brazilians choose to lead a more active life after retirement," he said.
Participation in the entrepreneurial growth of older persons
The Sebra Survey of 2017 shows that 12.35 per cent of the population aged 55-64 in the country are at 49.4 million and 6.1 million. According to the study, 32.3% of these age group are entrepreneurs – 10.3% and 22.4% in the first phase.
At this age, the open rate of business increased from 7% in 2012 to 10.4% by 2016.
According to the survey 61% of initial entrepreneurs are women. According to Seberi, the financial crisis that drives older women or retirees to raise family income is due to the financial crisis.
About 8 per cent of those retired by the Sebera have opened their own business. Another 25% intends to open a company in the future, with 10.8% planning to open up to two years. About 80% of them were aware of the business they wanted – 6 out of 10 were merchants, especially the food sector.
In 7 out of 10 respondents, the motivation for starting a business is financially attributable to income and family support.
49.7% of the proceeds to open a company – it must be his own or family;
21% pointed to the need to support the family;
21% thought to be busy after retirement;
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Mario Nogira, who retired after serving 42 years, is a company owned by her.
A year ago he handled Ecoleville, a franchise manager of cleaning products in the capillanas of Saipo.
The desire to enter into entrepreneurship came after retirement in 2015. The decision came to the Rio de Janeiro franchise fair.
"I've always wanted to start my own business, even though I worked as a manager with a formal deal," he says.
Nagraira says she does not want to sit behind a retired professional career and after retirement. "But I wanted something that was not open and close to a fixed point or time, which allowed me to travel whenever I wanted," he says.
Companies, businesses and services, sold their home and mobile phones in a particular area of Capnia. Nogira's nephew, St Clair (40) He undertakes control of the company.
Investment is around $ 100,000. Cars, computers, and rented a house of deposits and offices.
"Earlier, when he came to work, he was rewarded at the end of the month, but uncertainty still prevails, but it's a dream come true and seeing customer satisfaction," he says.
Nagra is said to be the first year of study and loss, focusing more on products that fewer products are sold and the balance of accounts in this year.
60 years later, the possibility of visiting his own business dream in Rio de Janeiro, for example, the business administrator with middle age is proud.
Last month I was with my wife in Portugal. I wanted to stay at work, but it was a flexible way. I can get everything around from far away, "says the businessman.
The bigger participation of entrepreneurs at this age is not the lack of opportunities in the traditional market, but rather the preference of more elderly people, the time limit or the need to change the place.