Tag Archives: working longer

Canada’s Census 2016. Aging at the Speed of Light?

Adapting your life within population pyramids You must have been living on an exoplanet over the last twenty years, not to know that the generational composition of age demographics in Canada was in a steady progression over time and – with wild card events factored in, all things being relatively equal, the so-called bulge of

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Recoding a Longevity Society: Next Decade Enterprisers.

Working in later life with continuity and flexibility If current trends continue, more people will be working longer in their later life than previous generations. For the sake of establishing a benchmark, for those who are over age 55, this has increasingly been a reality for at least the last ten years. Well before that

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Redefining Entrepreneurship in later Life: a portfolio of treasures

Working longer in later life can be more like a portfolio of treasures and increasingly, over the last ten years, one option in that portfolio mix for many people has become some form of entrepreneurship. And for those who may feel that entrepreneurship is too weighty a word, as is often the case, let’s call

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Operatic tendencies. Dying to work for a longer later life?

Or you could say – is work ‘til you drop better for you? For some reason this topic of working longer in later life has invited itself lately in to my inbox of conversation with others. Likely, I was sending out subliminal messages when talking generally about the interconnectedness of issues in healthy aging and

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