Unlock Economic Opportunity With A Longevity Strategy
About one in four people are over the age of 50. That's going to be one in three by 2050…So there's an opportunity here to think about exactly what…that mean[s] for your consumers, for your workforce…For investors, for leaders in organizations, the question is: ‘What is your longevity strategy?’”
Read AARP’s Global Longevity Economy Outlook to learn more about the economic contributions and opportunities people age 50 and older are creating for every generation.
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Jean Accius, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President,
Global Thought Leadership, AARP
Rethink Career Tenure
Many people do see [the 50-plus population] as getting ready to retire, but many people…don't want to retire yet, many people can't retire. Many people still need to build up their retirement and pension plans, and they need to stay financially resilient.”
Platform Curator, Future of Financial & Monetary Systems, World Economic Forum
Offer More Than Retirement Packages
If you want people to be productive at work and their best selves, you want to provide a benefit structure that lets…them take care of children as well as parents, or you have lifetime learning, or you have mentoring…If you don't do these things, then you're not…getting all the benefits that you can out of your employees.”
Global Chief Economist, S&P Global Ratings