A Futurist Vision of Retirement Planning
Romie Stott

My husband is convinced that our children’s generation will be the one to drastically extend their lives, and that we will be too old for it when the science comes around. I love the idea of looking at the more practical issues that will come from humans living an extra 50 or so years. Maybe that will lead people to have multiple, long term careers with five year mini-retirements in the middle. Or, since we’ll be facing a scarcity of food, every person will be required to serve a 10 year term in agriculture (and probably a term in the military since we’ll be fighting with other nations over resources).

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