Gülin Öylü is presenting her findings on late working life patterns in Sweden as part of her larger research study on age discrimination in late working life in Sweden. This study aims to unravel late working life patterns of different social groups in Sweden and how these patterns are structured across time, sectors and regions. Using Swedish National Registry Data, several late working life indicators including number of months in employment, unemployment duration, employment and exit status of different cohorts are analyzed. Overall, this study shows how late working life patterns are structured across different groups and changed over time in Sweden and gives important insights on mechanisms that affect heterogeneities in late working life of different social groups and cohorts and change in these heterogeneities over time.
The Jour Fixe takes place once per month (every second Tuesday in the month) with a pre-announced agenda (duration: 90 min max, e.g. 12.00-13.30). This is the third session of the monthly Jour Fixe of the European Centre taking place on 10 March 2020. Please register here.