Ageing and Longevity

This is how to make the second half of your life better than the first

The former president and publishing director of Hearst Magazines believes that stereotypes about older workers should be destroyed. Image: Unsplash/Jaddy Liu

Chris Taylor

Writer, Reuters


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This is Michael Clinton, former president publishing director of Hearst Magazines. Image: Courtesy Michael Clinton/Handout via REUTERS

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