Baby-boomers retiring at 65.
Or 60, if they possibly can.
Wanting to live to 95 in the same manner to which they have become accustomed.
On full pension, with plenty of health care.
With lots of “young” people taking care of them.
The generation that inconvenienced their seniors, and brought about so much change.
Now seeking to avoid inconvenience and suppress change.
A declining birth-rate.
(Except among immigrants. They’re having lots of kids. So in 20 years, “they” will be the new “us”.)
The younger generation racking up huge debts in university.
And only a low-paying job at the end of it.
(Taking care of old baby-boomers, maybe? Yuck, no way.)
Infrastructure unable to find enough skilled youngsters to replace the retiring baby-boomers.
Correction: Just barely able to find them. Certainly not able to attract them.
Lots of it, folks.