Information about earnings-related pension
Earnings-related pension provides security when one’s earnings decrease due to old age, disability, long-term unemployment or the death of a family provider.
It is possible to retire on old-age pension at the age of 63–68.
Part-time pension enables employees to reduce their work already prior to their official retirement on old-age pension.
Disability pension secures one's livelihood when one's working ability is weakened.
In cases of death, survivors’ pension secures the livelihood of the widow(er) and underage children.
Vocational rehabilitation can increase the possibility for the employee or self-employed person to continue working despite a weakening working capacity.