Dr. Martin Moehrle

“In ‘The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity’ Andrew Scott and Lynda Gratton dissect the phenomenon of an ever increasing life span along a remarkable number of aspects. Building on an in depth review of past and present demographic forecasts, they question the three life stages of education-work-retirement which our societies are still resting on. This is an exciting book that takes as far beyond the discussion of longevity in the context of social security systems and pension age. It explores life and society as it unfolds in the next couple of decades and takes us in a world that feels quite different and is yet so close. This is a most interesting read for all those who like to, or have to think a generation ahead.”

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