Implications of an Aging Society

How Canada’s Aging Population and the Healthcare Trend of Aging in Place is Impacting the Workplace

Over this next decade, along with coping with the transformational change of the 4th Industrial Era, employers and employees will be dealing with the personal and workplace complexities of our aging society.

Canada’s baby boomer generation, about 10 million strong, currently ranges in age from 54 years (born ~1965) to 73 years (born ~1946). Ten short years from now, all baby boomers will be between 65 and 84 years of age, with approximately 70% being 70 years of age and older. Today, there are half a million more workers aged 55-64 years than there are young workers, those aged 15-24 years.  Read more