33% of the world's population is under 20, making young people the largest demographic worldwide. But this might not be the case forever.
In just 65 years, global life expectancy has skyrocketed. See its ascent in this short animation, or dive into the interactive version for more data.
The data behind the world's rapidly aging population, and what it could mean for the economy and future generations of retirees.
This visualization shows the global inequality gap — a difference in the standards of living around the world, as well as how it's changed over 200...
Around the world, people have different attitudes towards what to expect in their retirement years. Does the reality match those expectations?
With life expectancies increasing, will you outlive your savings? Learn how allocating more of your portfolio to equities may reduce longevity risk.
What advances in tech, science, and healthcare have led to the biggest increases in life expectancy? Here are 50 of them that have saved billions of...
Even with a healthcare system that leans heavily on the private sector, the U.S. government actually spends more money on public healthcare than most countries.