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A person working for the past 12 years on two part-time jobs has just found out that his/her pension will be based on two-thirds of only one part-time job. This amounts to the minimum pension. There is no option of paying contributions for both part-time jobs.

This discrimination is an unjust one. Why should a person be discriminated against for having two part-time jobs instead of a one full-time job?

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