- By 2030, 55 countries are expected to see their age 65+ populations become 20% of their total
- By 2030, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates a population of 71-72 million Americans over 65 (one in five) – the fastest growing segment currently consists of those 85 and up
- By 2040, the number of older people globally will be 1.3 billion – accounting for 14% of the total (where China and India have the largest senior populations)
Mushrooming aging populations are clearly not confined to North America. This is a global issue.
Already today, bulging World War II Generation and Baby Boomer numbers risk to strain ill-prepared systems (healthcare, legal, financial, insurance, real estate, automobile, funeral and consumer service providers) beyond the breaking point. These demographics show no signs of slowing down for decades.
Einstein had it right. Tomorrow’s problems cannot be solved using the same thinking that created them. You foresee the desperate need for new approaches ahead of late change-adopters and are prepared to act now.
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