Additional 13 healthy years of living on top of Sorry for what I said while we were trying to park the camper shirt have compared with his unhealthy counterpart, according to the Goldenson Center for Actuarial Research. The workforce will have to adjust to keeping or finding roles for older workers, according to the WEF report, something that’s already happening in the U.S. The number of workers 65 and older tripled in the last 30 years, and workers 75 and older almost quadrupled during the same time, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The rate of older workers is speeding up, while the participation rates for younger workers has declined or flattened. And then there’s the amount of money people are saving or not saving.
Several of the photographs here with Sorry for what I said while we were trying to park the camper shirt, which was taken from The New York Times’s archives, shows sunny, brochure-ready partings. One, originally printed in June 1959, empathically does not. Instead, it finds a 4 years old named Claudia Watkins having a moment in Grand Central Terminal. The fact that Claudia’s hair is identical to her mothers is moving, as is the relative size of the hatbox that Claudia is clutching, as is the fact that Miles is holding a toy dog. And the expression on the girl’s face? It’s devastating.