Coping with an Aging Society

Americans 65 and older are now 16% of the population and will make up 21% by 2035.  At that point, they will outnumber those under 18.  What does that mean for economic growth?  What implication does an aging society have for labor force policies and social biases?   And, what can be done to minimize any ill-effects of aging on society?  We’ll provide the answers you need.

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