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Workers Who Must Retire At Age 65

BySam Brad

Aug 3, 2021

The ordinary retirement age increases progressively from year to year, but for some sectors it matters less, since they have a limit age that they cannot exceed.

This is the case of the Passive Classes of the State , a group of workers who must retire on a compulsory basis at 65 years of age at the most. This group, made up of public officials, does not have to wait until they are 66 years old or reach a contribution of 37 and 3 months to retire.

This regime is made up of career and internship officials from the Administration, the Administration of Justice, the General Courts, other constitutional or state bodies, officials transferred to the Autonomous Communities, career military, military supplementary scales, troop and professional seamanship, Cadet Knights or students and aspirants of the Military Schools and Academies, as reported by Social Security .

Although the retirement age of these workers is 65 years in general, there are three exceptions that escape from that date: the officials of university teaching bodies, the group of magistrates, judges, prosecutors and lawyers of the Administration of Justice and the Property registrars entered before 2015 will be forced to retire at age 70.

In practice, both cases are part of what is known as forced retirement by age, which should not be confused with the common forced retirement , which only obeys agreements between the worker and the company and in employees who have 100% of the pension.

Apart from this type of retirement, the Administration system allows its workers two types of retirement before that forced retirement age, according to Social Security .

First, there is voluntary retirement , whereby civil servants with at least 30 years of service to the State can retire at age 60. This changes for the staff of the General Courts (who will need 35 years of service) and for the university teaching bodies, magistrates, judges, prosecutors and lawyers of the Administration of Justice (who can retire at 65 with 15 years of service to the Condition).

Second, retirement due to disability or uselessness for service . It is one that affects workers who suffer an “injury or pathological, somatic or psychic process that is stabilized and irreversible or of remote or uncertain reversibility, which makes it totally impossible for them to perform the functions of their Body, Scale, position. or career “.

The period remaining for this worker to reach retirement age is credited as paid, except in the cases of people with less than 20 years of service and who are not disqualified for all professions: 5% will be subtracted. of the pension per year (up to a maximum of 25%) until reaching 20 years of service.

Sam Brad

The Great Writer and The Passionate Poet As Well, He Graduated from University Of Florida in Journalism and Brad have around 12 years of experience in news and media section.

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