More Americans are living longer, healthier lives. While that’s great news, it also means that our retirement isn’t going to look quite like our parents’ generation.
It’s time to rethink the traditional retirement, write London Business School professors Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott in their new book “The 100-Year Life.”
Life expectancy increases by two or three years every decade, according to data cited in the book. At least half of Americans born in the 1960s can expect to live into their early 90s, and the majority of children born today can expect to live 104.