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PDCA日記 / Diary Vol. 1,226「中国の公務員の年金」/ "Chinese civil servant pension"

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PDCA日記 Vol. 1,226「中国の公務員の年金」】


















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中国経済入門[第4版] 高度成長の終焉と安定成長への途


P.S. 私は以前当局対応の仕事をしていたことがあり、中央官庁の元高官などと話をする機会が時々ありました。








< Mr. PDCAのボンジュール英語「年金」 = 「pension




「中国の公務員の年金」を英語で表現する場合、「Chinese civil servant pension」とすればよいですね😊。


中国経済入門[第4版] 高度成長の終焉と安定成長への途



PDCA (plan-do-check-action) Diary Vol. 1,226 "Chinese civil servant pension"


For the first time, I learned that the choice of job for Chinese university students is inside or outside the system, which is introduced in the material introduced today "Introduction to the Chinese Economy (Japanese only)".


The inside the system refers to government agencies and other administrative agencies and state-owned enterprises, while the outside of system refers to private enterprises and foreign-affiliated companies in China.


After the implementation of economic reforms and open-door policies in China, “Foreign-affiliated companies have become popular among young people,” which represents the outside of the system according to this book.


However, the book also points out that the popularity of civil servants is increasing recently.


As a reason, various benefits and goods may be provided to civil servants from the government.


In addition, the pensions of civil servants are paid from the national budget, and "There is no need to accumulate from wages."


For details, I would like you to read this material, but it is the same in Japan and South Korea that civil servants are popular as employers, and it may be a common point in East Asia.


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P.S. I used to work for authorities and sometimes had the opportunity to talk to former senior officials from central government agencies.


When I talked to a person who had experience as a director, he commented that "The government office does not have to think about costs," and I remember feeling "I see."


It has been a long time since the digitization of the administration has been called for in Japan, but the government office has been obsessed with the culture of paper and stamps.


Political responsibility may be heavy, but if the government also takes the initiative in the work, I think that there are "something that can be changed" 😊.