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Real Decreto-Ley núm. 5/2013 de medidas para favorecer la continuidad de la vida laboral de los trabajadores de mayor edad y promover el envejecimiento active (Royal Decree-Law no. 5/2013 of measures that promote the continuity of the working lives of older workers and promote active aging.)

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Dispone que sin perjuicio de lo establecido en el artículo 165 del texto refundido de la Ley General de la Seguridad Social, aprobado por Real Decreto Legislativo núm. 1/1994, de 20 de junio, el disfrute de la pensión de jubilación, en su modalidad contributiva, será compatible con la realización de cualquier trabajo por cuenta ajena o por cuenta propia del pensionista. El decreot contiene medidas para evitar la discriminación de los trabajadores de más edad

This decree provides that notwithstanding the provisions of Article 165 of the revised text of the General Law on Social Security, approved by Royal Legislative Decree no. 1/1994 of 20 June, the enjoyment of retirement pension under their contribution regime, be compatible with the implementation of any gainful employment or self pensioner. It takes measures that promote the continuity of the working lives of older workers and promote active aging and includes measures to prevent discrimination against older workers.

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