Society is changing. With the working-age population continuing to shrink, what effect will this have on our working lives?  
We need to rethink retirement. The traditional binary transition from work to rest is increasingly outdated. This is as much a social imperative as an economic one. 60 is the new 50. Almost half of those aged 60-64 consider themselves in “middle adulthood”[i], an…

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