All over the world, people are living longer than ever before and posing caregiving challenges that span the globe. We think of this phenomenon as particularly true of wealthy “first world” countries like the United States. But it’s not. Read the full article at The New York Times.
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The classic image of new retirees making a bee-line to Florida or the Sun Belt to live out their lives in sun-drenched comfort is increasingly a thing of the past. Among U.S. workers age 55 and older, almost two-thirds — 62 percent — think that when they retire they will continue to live in their […]
Women generally live longer than men, which means additional years of retirement need to be financed. But women continue to have lower earnings and less retirement savings than men, which causes women to have lower retirement incomes and to be much more likely to spend their retirement years in poverty, especially if they become widows. […]
Coming to television screens early next month: Hollywood stars pitching a new, iPad-centric education venture aimed at Baby Boomers looking for work. Read the full article at the San Francisco Chronicle
In this New York Times Op-Ed, Bill Keller explores the way baby boomers are viewed by younger generations. Read the full article at The New York Times.