Thursday, November 17, 2011

US Census: There's Three Times More "90 Years Old Plus" Seniors than there were in 1980. Now 1.9 Million and growing.

Here's your demographics tip of the day. But there are also implications for other aspects of life. For example, the pressures on the traditional "sandwich generation" grows. In fact, the 'sandwich generation' itself is getting older and likely averaging out at age 65. Then there are the implications for medical costs, euthanasia debates, insurance, seniors' care, relations between elders and their children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren, and so much more. Take a look at this link for some fascinating data that should get you thinking about how this impacts on you, your parents, your family, and life in general.

News from The Associated Press


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