In the past, aging generations have been viewed as a group needing care and support, rather than a valuable resource. But Lynne Berry, chair of the UK commission on the voluntary sector and aging, believes that the Boomer generation is going to be the one to change that. She believes that the skills and knowledge that the Boomer generation possesses could be worth billions, and with the proper planning, can be utilized fully. Read more about it in this article from The Guardian: “Retired Baby Boomers Can Be The Charity Workers Of The Future.”
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