‘The Study, Work, Retire Model Is Broken As We Live Until 100’, Forbes by Pavel Krapivin.
13th August 2019
Much of life over the past century conformed to the three-stage model of study, work, retire. It’s a model that was predicated on reasonably high levels of stability, both in the skills required in the workplace and also the labor market itself. Training in one field and then having one or two employers for the majority of your working life was commonplace, but it’s a model that is increasingly being challenged.
Lynda Gratton’s book, 100-Year Life, has been mentioned in this article by Forbes, discussing the implications of increased longevity and the break-down of the traditional three-stage life.