Retirementの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Retirement」を含む文の意味

Q: "retirement nest egg" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It’s a saving towards your retirement to give you a little more than your pension. Example bank savings or an investment
Q: "to come up to retirement" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: No, ‘retirement’ means ‘leave your current job and never work again.’
Q: What does retirement means とはどういう意味ですか?
A: “Retirement” is when you stop working in your later years.

Retirement properties are often built to be suitable for older people. They may have fewer stairs, or sometimes they have a doctor nearby or a concierge.
Q: He hasn't planned his early retirement just yet. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In what context?

「Retirement」の使い方・例文

Q: retirement を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I can’t wait until I’m old enough to go into retirement.

My grandma lives in a retirement home.

I am jealous because my coworker is nearing retirement while I still have to work.

「Retirement」の類語とその違い

Q: retirement と resignation はどう違いますか?
A: Mainly, but not the only difference:

When you resign you kind of quit on your current job but probably intend to continue with your career.
When you retire you leave your job, usually due to age, with no intention on pursuing your career.

Q: What prompted his untimely retirement? と What prompted him the untimely retirement? はどう違いますか?
A: they’re the same meaning just different ways of speaking
Q: retirement allowance と retirement benefit はどう違いますか?
A: I believe there is no difference. Retirement benefits is given to an employee usually reaching the age of retirement at his/her working place.
Q: retirement pay と severance pay はどう違いますか?
A: Retirement pay is money you get when you retire from a job. Severance pay is money you get when you are terminated (fired) from the job.
Q: retirement と pension はどう違いますか?
A: pension is the allowances you get after retirement.
Retirement is when you leave the job and finish working completely

「Retirement」を翻訳

Q: after retirement he still working to support our family. he is a hard working and intelligent man who had a good heart and that what make him so admirable to me. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: “Even after retiring, he is still working hard to support our family. He is a determined and intelligent man with a good heart, and that’s what makes him so admirable to me.”

「Retirement」についての他の質問

Q: I think mandatory retirement system should be kept as a criterion for judgement of retirement and instead we should add a reemployment system like many companies set it up recently. I have two reasons for this opinion.
First, if we abolish a mandatory retirement system, it’s difficult to fire a employee who doesn’t have a enough capabilities and talent for their jobs. Instead we should reemploy a person who have a enough capabilities and talent even though their ages.
Second, we Japanese tend to obey the older people’s opinion. For example, you know the politician “NIkai” he is eighty two years old. Many politicians obey his opinion. If the older employees keep to own their power in their company, those companies will lose their vitality. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × I think mandatory retirement system should be kept as a criterion for judgement of retirement and instead we should add a reemployment system like many companies set it up recently.
✓ I think the mandatory retirement system should be kept as a criterion for judgement of retirement, and instead we should implement a re-employment system like many companies have recently instituted.

× First, if we abolish a mandatory retirement system, it’s difficult to fire a employee who doesn’t have a enough capabilities and talent for their jobs.
✓ First, if we abolish a mandatory retirement system, it’s difficult to fire a employee who doesn’t possess sufficient capabilities and talent for their jobs.

× Instead we should reemploy a person who have a enough capabilities and talent even though their ages.
✓ Instead we should rehire a person who has the required capabilities and talent despite their age.

× Second, we Japanese tend to obey the older people’s opinion.
✓ Second, we Japanese tend to obey and respect older people’s opinions.

× For example, you know the politician “NIkai” he is eighty two years old.
✓ For example, you know the politician “NIkai”, he is eighty two years old.

× If the older employees keep to own their power in their company, those companies will lose their vitality.
✓ If the older employees keep to themselves in their respective companies, those companies will lose their vitality.

Q: If you are getting closer to retirement, you have to start thinking about life after retirement. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × If you are getting closer to retirement, you have to start thinking about life after retirement.
✓ If you are getting closer to retirement, you have to start thinking about life after it.

You are correct about changing “retirement” to “it”. Repeating a word again in the same sentence is not something we usually do. We also do this for people. For example “Jungkook walked his dog. Jungkook is happy” is not right. Instead we would say “Jungkook walked his dog. He is happy”. If the thing your talking about doesn’t have a gender then just put it. (Like you did, which is good!)
Q: What does "growing your retirement fund doesn't have to be a scary proposition." mean?

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A lot of people get discouraged when it comes to putting money toward retirement. Whether it's due to stagnant income or confusion over investment options, almost one-third of Americans have fewer than $5,000 saved for retirement, according to a recent study.

But growing your retirement fund doesn't have to be a scary proposition.

"How many of us have heard the advice that we need to invest in the stock market?" self-made millionaire and personal finance guru Ramit Sethi tells CNBC Make It . "The common way we think about investing is sitting in front of four [computer] monitors, watching all these words fly by — 'P/E ratios, asset allocation' — and, then we make some investment.

"That's not how you invest."
A: It means saving money for retirement isn’t as complicated and hard as many think it is.
Q: What did you do before retirement? この表現は自然ですか?
A: I would say instead “what did you do before retiring?” But that’s just my personal preference :)
Q: Can you check and correct my English?

"Agree or disagree: Compulsory retirement should be abolished?
I agree to stopping the compulsory retirement for the following three reasons: development of economy, saving time, and elderly people’s long lives.
First, nowadays the number of young people – in particular, children – is decreasing, so less and less people can work in the future. From this point, unless even old people over 60 years old don’t work for the country, economy won’t be better than now.
Second, if the company recruits only new workers and fire old people, they must train them and teach things about the company, jobs, and so on to them. It takes much time and time efficiency is not good. The elderly has know-how and works well.
Third, if people retire the job, they will spend a day for favorite things. It is a lot of fun, but they may not get up earlier than ever. This causes them not to do things in time or the rhythm of living goes to disorder. Working from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. is healthier for old people and they live longer.
In conclusion, now a lot of people want to work even after they become 60 years old. We should consider their willingness to be active in the society."
A: " . . . following three reasons: development of economy, company's performance, and elderly people's longevity.
First of all, the number of young people nowadays -- particularly children -- is decreasing. This can result in less people working in the future. At this point, unless 60 Year Olds work for the country, the economy won't be better.
Secondly, if a company fires old employees and hires new ones, they must train them from scratch. This wastes time and is inefficient, ultimately affecting the company's performance.
Third, people who retire have a tough time adjusting to an inactive lifestyle, and this can affect their mental and physical health. A 9 to 5 job is healthier for the elderly, and can possibly contribute to their longevity.
In conclusion, a lot of people want to work even after they reach 60 years of age. We must consider their willingness to be active in society."

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