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Millennials can’t pay for boomer health care without productivity gains

August 25, 2016

Globe & Mail | August 24, 2016

As a gen­er­a­tion, mil­len­ni­als are fac­ing a dou­ble squeeze. This dou­ble squeeze has mil­len­ni­als with almost stag­nant incomes fac­ing ever-increas­ing tax­es to pay for aging boomers’ care. At some point, mil­len­ni­al tax­pay­ers will not be will­ing to accept this bur­den. So what do we do? In short, we need to improve pro­duc­tiv­i­ty of the econ­o­my at large, and of the health-care sys­tem in par­tic­u­lar. Read more.