Four Lessons Gen Z and Millennials Can Learn from Betty White about Longevity, Work and Retirement
by Adam Felts
AgeLab Director Joseph Coughlin writes in Forbes on the lessons of Betty White's very productive 100-year life for members of younger generations. He writes:
"Think about the fact that Betty White was over 50 years old when she got her transformative role on the “Mary Tyler Moore Show” - the same decade that many people are told that they are approaching their ‘retirement red zone.’ Even today’s near-retirees need to prepare for a longer retirement that is likely to be as many years as two-thirds of the average career. All of us need to prepare for a longer, vibrant, and ever-changing life. Gen Z and Millennials even more so."
Read the full article on Forbes.