Baby Boomers have been lifelong disrupters: they’ve changed the face of the workplace, the nature of family relationships and the place of women in society. They are now changing the definition of middle age and what it means to grow old.
P & D Edgar
Peak: Reinventing Middle Age, 2017
The idea that older workers take jobs from the young is known by economists as the ‘lump of labour’ fallacy.
K Patterson & J Maxwell
Company Director, June 2018
The surge of people into this new stage of life is one of the most important social phenomena of the new century. Never before have so many people had so much experience and the time and the capacity to do something significant with it.
The Big Shift: Navigating the New Stage Beyond Midlife, 2011