By now, most people are aware that the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) has warned that the number of Americans under the age of 65 will increase to 12.7 million by 2050.
“We are witnessing a dramatic decline in retirement income,” AARP President and CEO Robert Laszewski said in a recent press release.
“We’re witnessing a precipitous decline in health and living standards for the American people.”
“The AARP believes that these trends will lead to a dramatic loss of income for generations of Americans, leading to the ultimate collapse of the American dream,” he continued.
“The future is now for retirement, but it will not be a future for retirement well.
It will not include well-being, prosperity and prosperity.”
Laszewski has been speaking out on the issue for a while now, particularly since the United States was hit by the worst recession since the Great Depression.
The president and CEO of the AARP has said the United State is facing a “death spiral” because of its aging population, the financial crisis, and a decline in life expectancy.
The AARP’s findings have become an especially dire concern for retirees.
For example, an analysis from the AARPA last year found that the average retirement age in the United Kingdom is 69, the lowest in the European Union.
The United States is also struggling to maintain the highest life expectancy in the world, with the average American living to 78.7 years of age.
The AARS report also found that an average American spends about $1,800 per year on health care, a sum that is almost four times higher than the average person in Europe.
To make matters worse, many Americans are not taking their health insurance or going without insurance at all.
According to the AARS, more than 16 million people lack health insurance and more than 8 million have stopped taking coverage altogether.
While the number one cause of death for Americans in the U.S. is heart disease, the number is likely to drop if policies are changed.
According the AARRP, only 22 percent of American adults who are currently insured will be able to maintain their current health insurance coverage, and only 3 percent will be covered in 2020.
AARP said in the release that its retirement plan will continue to provide comprehensive and comprehensive benefits to American retirees, including the following:AARP’s full retirement plan covers all of the benefits and services that are currently offered to American seniors and their dependents, including prescription drug and vision care, life and disability insurance, dental care, and disability benefits.
It also includes life insurance, retirement savings, and 401(k)s.
The plan also includes a range of additional life-security benefits such as paid sick leave, unemployment insurance, and health insurance.
An additional AARP retirement plan is currently under development to offer financial planning and life skills training to American servicemembers.
As the number and size of American retirements continue to rise, the AARAPs findings continue to reverberate around the world.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations Population Fund estimates that about 12.5 million people died of cardiovascular disease in 2030, compared to 9.5 percent in 1900.
Despite the rising death toll, the United states is not the only country in the global health arena that has become less healthy over the last few decades.
In Europe, the rate of cardiovascular deaths is at a 60-year low.
The World Health Assembly estimates that there are now fewer than 1.4 million cases of heart disease in the country per year, down from 6.9 million in the mid-1990s.
Although the United countries’ rate of cardiac deaths is declining, its not slowing down.
In 2016, the World Economic Forum (WEF) released a report that found that overall mortality rates worldwide are on the rise.
One reason for this is the growing number of chronic diseases.
According To the WHO, there were 2.6 million deaths worldwide due to cardiovascular disease, and 683,000 of these deaths were due to chronic conditions.
But this doesn’t mean that the overall number of deaths is going down.
Instead, the WHO noted that more and more people are dying from other chronic diseases, including cancer, stroke, and diabetes.
Even though cardiovascular deaths are dropping, the overall rate of deaths from other serious diseases is rising.
According a 2015 study published in The Lancet, there are more than 30 million deaths globally from all causes annually, which is up from just 11 million in 2010.
These statistics are worrisome, but not all countries are experiencing the same trend.
Australia, for example, has a much lower death rate than the United Sates.
According an ABC News report, Australia is also seeing an increase in people dying from a variety of illnesses, including HIV, pneumonia, and obesity.