The Ulsan Jung-gu Office created a database of senior job seekers to work at the local restaurants to assist with cleaning the dishes, receiving orders, serving customers, etc. In one case, a restaurant was looking for workers in mid-40s, but the center successfully linked the restaurant to a 68-year old woman based on desired qualifications.
The Incheon Senior Resources Development Center selected 60 older persons on a first come, first served basis and collaborated with the city government to employ them as public street sweepers in local communities, public organizations, apartment complexes, etc. Most older persons are aged 60 and over and they work 4 hours a day, 5 days per week for a temporary period.
The Korea Labor Force Development Institute encourages local senior clubs/welfare centers to offer education and training for older persons to work as guardians at apartments, public organizations, and commercial districts. After the training, older persons are matched with work at the buildings and usually work on 12-hour or 8-hour shifts.