Life Expectancy Rate and Impact on Married Couples
Panelists talked about the impact of increasing lifespans on married couples. Joel Garreau began the discussion by outlining four… read more
Panelists talked about the impact of increasing lifespans on married couples. Joel Garreau began the discussion by outlining four possible scenarios for life in the year 2030 if life expectancy grows to 150 years. Topics included the reasons people marry, family-based and institutional medical care, and divorce rates.
This program was part of a New America Foundation, Slate Magazine, and Arizona State University forum on how living longer affects society and public policy. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Mundy, Liza Director New America Foundation->Breadwinning and Caregiving Program
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