The issue of the world’s ageing population has been on the lips of both economists and sociologists for years. A combination of a declining birth rate and an increased life expectancy is driving the median global age higher and higher.
The number of people over 65 in the world could be as much as 2.5bn by 2100. The UN describes the ageing population as enduring, pervasive and unprecedented. We may never return to the young populations our ancestors knew and we need to respond to that reality pretty quickly.
The ageing population will skew our society’s …read more
Source:: Silicon Republic News