Reshaping the Global Work Force
Work-force size in many large economies will peak and level off — or even shrink — within the next 40 years. An exception: the United States. This new demographic reality underscores the urgency of adapting labor policies, according to the Center on Longevity's Global Aging Program.
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Long Life — in the Classroom
In a course developed by the Center on Longevity, Stanford undergraduates explore the question: What will it mean to live twice as long as our ancestors?  
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Center Begins Distinguished Lecture Series
Dr. John W. Rowe, an expert on health care economics and healthy aging, will be the inaugural speaker Tuesday, April 13 for the Stanford Center on Longevity Distinguished Lecture Series.
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