Italy's Emma Morano, the world's oldest living person, marked her 117th birthday last Tuesday. President Trump, at 70, is our oldest President, ever. Is 60 about to become "The New 40: Middle-Age"? Emma in Italy was 60 more than 57 years ago, a long time to live off retirement savings. The WSJ reports, workers age 50 or older now comprise 33.4% of the U.S. labor force, up from 25% in 2002. 26% of entrepreneurs who started new businesses in 2015 were 55 to 64, up from 14.3% in 1996.
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