The Long-Term Effects of the Wage and Life Expectancy Gaps

A study by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine draws some interesting parallels between the gap in income levels and its long-term affect on ultimate Social Security payouts. In an article posted on titled “Another View: What the widening life expectancy gap means,” Peter Orszag and Ronald Lee present perspectives on how low income wage earners fare compared to higher income earners. Read the article here…


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