In 2025, all members of the baby boom generation will be 75 years old. Approximately 18% of the total population will be aged 75 and over, and it is estimated that by 2040, the population aged 65 and over will account for approximately 35% of the total population. This is because the mortality rate has fallen due to improvements in living standards, including improvements in public health, diet, and living environments, as well as advances in medical technology. How long will the working generation in Japan be oppressed and endure without complaining? I am not an “underestimate” problem with each other because I will get old someday: If you die before you receive your pension, it will be a waste of money (bereaved family annuity). Hakuseki ARAI (1657-1725), “Politics exists for the people and should not be swayed by personal circumstances.”

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