The ageing conundrum


Significant talent: A senior citizen is seen working as a technician in this file photo. Experts say that those above 60 who have skills should be hired with flexible working arrangements.

AS Malaysia struggles to exit the middle-income trap, the country has to juggle a shrinking population that is also ageing earlier than previously expected.

To put it simply, Malaysia is getting old before it gets rich.

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