Ageing and Longevity

An ageing workforce isn't a burden. It's an opportunity

Londoner Sydney Prior, who worked at a home-improvement store until he was 96. Image: REUTERS/Simon Newman

Jo Ann Jenkins

Chief Executive Officer, AARP

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