Monday, 12 January 2015

Living in the age of no retirement

via The Work Foundation; a blog post by Deborah Gale

The last of the baby boomers turns fifty in 2014. This huge cohort is said to have defined the modern age. Not only have the first teenagers come to an advanced age, they are likewise crossing into a different time to grow old. Unsurprisingly, their retirement experience is also turning out to be very different.

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