By Richard Walker
Most of us today live as if we’ll retire at 60 and die at 80. We put in long hours at work, take too little vacation time, and assume the government will pay our pensions. We simply don’t think about what life will be like if we live much longer.
World Economic Forum - 29 Sep 2016
Guardian - 29 Sep 2016
Vox - 29 Sep 2016
Daniel Mahoney - 29 Sep 2016
Harvard Business Review - 29 Sep 2016
Telegraph - 29 Sep 2016
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