How Boomers Turned Conventional Wisdom on Its Head - A Historian's View on How the Future May Judge a Traditional Generation (April, 2012)
This report commissioned by the Mature Market Institute (MMI), written by historian W. Andrew Achenbaum. The future of aging report discusses the impact the Boomers have had on American society as they move into retirement phases and adapt to later life, and how their attitudes and behaviors defy conventional wisdom in terms of work, retirement, healthful aging, spirituality, etc.
Transitioning into Retirement:The MetLife Study of Baby Boomers at 65 (April, 2012)
This study provides a view of those Baby Boomers born in 1946 who turned 65 in 2011. It examines the attitudes and behaviors of this leading ege Boomer segment as they transition into the next phase of life.
How America’s Baby Boomers Will Transform Aging, Work & Retirement (September, 2010)
Early boomers, fueled by their financial obligations, may transform traditional, leisure-centric retirement into a time when earning a living remains a priority.
Boomers in the Middle: An In-depth Look at Americans Born 1952-1958 (March, 2010)
There are more than 77 million Baby Boomers in the U.S. Here's a look at those in the heart of the generation.
Generational Profiles of Americans Born in the 1900s (February, 2010)
These profiles are useful tools for anyone studying the generations and those who are interested in relating personally and professionally to people older and younger than themselves. There are implications for parenting, caregiving, financial and estate planning, health care, relationships, employment, diversity and the economy.
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