California may be the sixth youngest state right now. But it has an outsized population of Baby Boomers.
“They are turning 65 soon,” says Adele Hayutin, a Senior Research Scholar, at the Stanford Center on Longevity.
“We’ll have a doubling of our older population over the next 20 years,” Hayutin says. “That makes us aging faster than the United States, which I think is a bit of a surprise to people.”
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