This book offers global evidence about the increasing longevity, its consequences and its potential for societal benefits. Based on statistics, academic literature, policy initiatives and numerous country experiences, it explains the interconnected effects of a longer later life, lifelong learning and more productive societies. This larger picture shows how the future can be managed by making strategic choices today. Choosing the right policies allows gaining the maximum benefits from the longevity dividend for current and future generations. This book explains how investing in lifelong learning can enrich the longevity dividend. It gives valuable insights for policy advisors, decision makers, researchers, health professionals, practitioners, students of aging and late life educators.