Will You Survive 12 Months Without Working … ??

I’m one of many ‘Baby Boomers’ considering retirement or already there. My father lived through the Great Depression and was in the RAAF during the WWII. He built his own house and lived in it for 60 years. Dad had one job with a state government department for his entire working career, something hard to believe today. His income was sufficient, but we were not wealthy. He retired at age 59 with good superannuation and had no real financial concerns. He lived to the age of 90.

What is your score?

Fast forward to today, and you are expected to have around six to twelve career changes, (I had six changes to date).

Now we are living in an unforeseen period of time for most people on Earth, with a global pandemic and possibly severe financial hardships to follow.

According to Sociologists Dennis Gilbert, William Thompson and Joseph Hickey roughly 15% of the population of the world are upper middle class and are dealing with the virus situation reasonably well. Grave fears are held if the virus moves into some third world countries and is not contained.

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  • 100% Leather and Synthetic
  • Imported
  • Synthetic sole
  • Shaft measures approximately not_applicable from arch
  • Platform measures approximately .75 inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches
  • Heel Height 1.1 inches
  • OrthoLite footbed
  • Cushion Soft technology
  • Lightweight TPR outsole
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Product description

The raisie airline by Clarks collection is a versatile loafer that looks as sharp with jeans as it does with slacks. Constructed from premium leather uppers, this clean loafer design lays on a flexible, grooved tpr outsole. An ortholite footbed and cushion soft technology provide supreme comfort and shock-absorption for all day wear, you’ll think you’re wearing a sneaker.


From the manufacturer

Shoemakers since 1825

Our story began almost 200 years ago when Cyrus and James Clark made a slipper from sheepskin off-cuts. At the time it was ground-breaking; a combination of invention and craftsmanship that's remained at the heart of what we do. And whilst now, as always, every pair of our shoes begins with a last carved by hand from a single block of hornbeam, advanced construction techniques, technologies and contemporary materials help us deliver perfection tailor-made for the modern world.