(Bloomberg) -- Last week, the Pew Research Center published an interactive essay by Paul Taylor, which contained an animated graphic portraying the U.S. age pyramid morphing into something of a rectangle by 2060.

“It’s uncharted territory” wrote Taylor of the territory he had just put into chart form. By 2060, the U.S. will have almost as many individuals above age 85 as below age 5. But here’s a more obvious takeaway: By 2060, the millennial generation -- defined by Pew as those born after 1980 -- will be toward the top of that rectangle, with the very oldest members approaching 80. Will they still be taking selfies?

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