The article shows why and when it begins: With declining birthrates throughout much of the world, humanity is getting older.
Aging US Population Pyramid (click on image to enlarge).
The article shows that: The American population is aging too (median age: just under 38), though more slowly thanks to immigration and a relatively high birthrate (almost two births per woman, in contrast to Japan’s 1.2-1.4). But this won’t last forever. The U.S. should adapt now or risk being less prosperous and competitive in the 21st century.
Research suggests that keeping older workers engaged in the economy will directly boost gross domestic product.
There is also mounting evidence that working later into life correlates with better individual health and satisfaction, and may contribute to them. Amid skyrocketing age-related health-care costs, this advantage can scarcely be overstated.
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