Cuba’s dictatorship is running out of slaves

An aging slave population along with low fertility rates in Cuba has the apartheid Castro dictatorship worried. The Cuban regime is running out of slaves to work on the island and sell on the international market. Dictatorship officials are forecasting a precipitous drop in the slave labor force a mere 10 to 14 years from now, creating a considerable future cash flow issue for the Castro family slave masters.

Via The Express Tribune:

Cuba foresees major labor force shortfall in coming decades

New research by the Center for Population and Development Studies (Cepde) indicated on Monday that Cuba will experience a labor force shortfall in the near future.

Cepde figure showed that between 2028 and 2032, some 180,000 Cubans will apply for retirement, while some 120,000 people will reach working age, which is set at 17 on the island.

According to the investigation published on Monday by the official “Trabajadores” newspaper, the gap between both population groups will increase until reaching the “maximum differential” of almost 61,000 people in 2032.

In 2015, the island had 7.2 million people of working age, but a year later the figure had dropped to 7.1 million.

Experts analyze that a low birthrate, an increase in life expectancy and high external migration are the biggest causes for this situation.

That situation forced the government to create a commission four years ago, aiming to “stimulate fertility, and meet the needs of the growing population of the elderly.”

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