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Every day in the United States more than 10,000 people turn 65. For decades this was the typical retirement age. Starting in their early fifties, but certainly by age 70, people were expected to end their careers and embrace a life of leisure. But in the past 20 years, that paradigm has shifted dramatically. Half of today’s 60-year-olds will live to at least age 90, according to Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott, the authors of The 100-Year Life, which draws on the research of demographers Jim Oeppen and James Vaupel. Meanwhile, the era of corporate and government pension plans that promised lifetime financial security is over. For this and other reasons, many executives are now rethinking what it means to retire.

"Managing Yourself Next-Gen Retirement" is from the June 2016 issue of Harvard Business Review.

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