People are living and working longer—changing the world
This century, most of the world will shift from predominantly young to elderly dependents.
by Sarah Harper
Over time, generations have earned names based on how they behave and the historical events that influenced them.
Gen Xers are a bellwether for the nation—and the future isn’t looking good.
by Erin Currier
America’s largest generation is making itself heard.
by Alec Tyson
Younger, more diverse generations promise to change all aspects of American society.
by William H. Frey
As people live longer, the world has a chance at a Third Demographic Dividend—improving the lives of everyone.
by Linda P. Fried