Work and Productivity
We engage employers to think differently about older workers and intergenerational workforces and encourage business leaders and investors to understand the demographic shift as an opportunity for economic growth and human capital development.
The Future of Retirement
We challenge convention, innovate, and contribute to a re-imagination of retirement for the benefit of the current generation of older adults and the retirees of the future.
Given the persistent gaps in long-term care funding, we seek to advance new financing models and scalable solutions.
We promote innovations that scale-up affordable housing options, integrate health-care services, and support multigenerational communities.
of American workers will be 55-plus by 2024.
baby boomers are financially supporting other family members
of the wealth distribution have a median retirement savings account balance of $0
This report lays out how technology, public-private collaboration, and adapting innovative care models can bridge the gaps in our long-term care system for middle-income Americans.Read the Report
Read the article by Center for the Future of Aging's Senior Director, Nora Super, in the Journal of Gerontology & Geriatric MedicineRead the Article
Opportunities presented by an aging population will not be fully realized unless business leaders prepare for this unprecedented demographic shift.Read the Report
As the coronavirus pandemic has progressed, older adults are increasingly concerned about their retirement savings. Uncertain prospects for stability and work have led to deep anxieties about the future.Learn More