Working Over Time

November 7, 2011 at 12:34 am Leave a comment

The world and U.S. populations are aging rapidly. What does it mean for the economy, health care, and education? From One Magazine.

The aging of the U.S. and world populations will cause all kinds of social complications: in politics, in education, in health care, and certainly in the economy. People across the globe will be coming to terms with them for a long time…no matter what age they are. This “By the Numbers” piece from Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business’s One Magazine shows us some of what we have to look forward to.


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