Everyone has expectations about what their golden years will look like. But too often, retirement is thought of as a finish line – a destination, rather than a new, decades-long phase of life.
In the first installation of a three-part longevity feature, Dr. Joe Coughlin, founder and director of the MIT AgeLab, discusses the ways in which investors – and society – often miss the mark when it comes to retirement reality.
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Creating products that better fit the needs of older people isn’t just a nice thing to do – it’s a tremendous economic opportunity, one that offers wins for businesses and consumers alike.
Younger generations aren’t the only ones balancing the benefits of technological innovation with drawbacks like digital addiction, privacy concerns and mental health effects.
Recorded Dec. 12, 2021