As I wrote in the previous post, Third Way advocates working up to 70. I stated previously that people should enjoy life activities before the hardships of aging set in.
In the Washington Post today, yet another reason why additional years of work should not be so forcefully advocated.
Many industries find themselves in a quandary. They often need older workers for their expertise, yet they also may need to accommodate their physical disabilities and their desire for more flexible schedules. And as workers stay on the job longer, they may need training in new technologies or work procedures.
In addition, the whole idea is to transfer the knowledge of the present working generation to the generations behind them. This article indicates that that effort is not happening, and only bad results can occur because of it.