As a CEO at the North Pole, Santa is a manager who runs a toy workshop. But he wears many hats. In addition, he is a private investigator who knows which children have been good and bad. He is also…
When we look at aging populations, 65 could be new 55 because of the difference between our chronological age and our biological age.
Sort of like life’s bookends, a declining number of children and more elderly people can explain why Japan’s population is shrinking.
As an aging population soon takes us to a demographic turning point, retailers will adjust the shopping experience to an older customer.
While businesses will enjoy spending from aging populations, communities are concerned with supporting an older demographic.
The fiscal challenges that Japan’s shrinking population has created come from a shrinking birth rate and an aging population.
Shown through grades that are mostly Cs and Ds, state pension problems display unrealistic fiscal policy decisions for an aging population.