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Are people really working at older ages?-5476

Are people really working at older ages?

There are 34 countries participating in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

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Older population increases, but younger cohort is larger-5395

Older population increases, but younger cohort is larger

An estimated 46.2 million people in the United States were ages 65 and older in 2014. The highest percentage of 65+ residents was in Florida.

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Older adults like traveling with younger generations-5331

Older adults like traveling with younger generations

A survey was conducted among 1,221 men and women age 45 years and older who had traveled at least 50 miles from home in the prior two years. Most of these respondent (98%) were highly satisfied traveling with younger family members, because it brings the family together (83%),

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People 65+ working in Britain opt for fewer hours-5300

People 65+ working in Britain opt for fewer hours

In England and Wales, about 10% of the population ages 65 and over (934,000 individuals) was employed in 2011, representing 3.5% of all people who were employed. More than half (57.3%) of these older workers worked part-time.

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I'm age 61, and I'll live where I want to-5276

I'm age 61, and I'll live where I want to

The positive outlook for the senior living and remodeling industries (ICAA Research Review, 15[3] “Older adults remain important customers for remodelers”) is apparently shared by older adults.

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Australia projects an older population, and a healthier life-5271

Australia projects an older population, and a healthier life

Every five years the government of Australia releases a report on the status of the population and the economy. Forty years from now, in 2054-55, the projected life expectancy at birth for men is 95.1 years (in 2015 it’s 91.5 years) and for women 96.6 years (today at 93.6 years). There will be an estimated 40,000 centenarians ages 100 years and older, and almost two million people 85 years and older.

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