South Korea: Couriers find success by employing the elderly

In South Korea, courier companies employing only elderly workers have been expanding.

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    In South Korea, courier companies employing only elderly workers have been expanding.

    They are able to offer lower delivery charges to their customers by taking advantage of free subway passes available to citizens over the age of 65.

    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Seoul.


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