Commuters in masks at Hong Kong MTR station on April 9, 2020. The city needs a new, holistic strategy to maintain a competitive workforce. Photo: May Tse
Commuters in masks at Hong Kong MTR station on April 9, 2020. The city needs a new, holistic strategy to maintain a competitive workforce. Photo: May Tse
Wai-Hong Tang
Opinion

Opinion

Wai-Hong Tang and Neville Lai

Three ways Hong Kong can unleash its greatest potential – human capital

  • Faced with an ageing population and a growing demographic imbalance, the city must break away from traditional life planning
  • When we reimagine longevity as ‘younger for longer’, not ‘older for longer’, we can allow ‘younger’ people to continue learning and contributing to the economy

Commuters in masks at Hong Kong MTR station on April 9, 2020. The city needs a new, holistic strategy to maintain a competitive workforce. Photo: May Tse
Commuters in masks at Hong Kong MTR station on April 9, 2020. The city needs a new, holistic strategy to maintain a competitive workforce. Photo: May Tse
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