It has been stated over and over that the population consists of 65 baby-boomers, with many of these people are retiring now. The medical, social security, retirement funds and increased costs, what do you think will happen to the economy, the banks, the hospitals, the job market, retail and taxes?
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The paradigm of old age as retirement, decline/decay,and retreating from society is dying fast.Old age is spicy & Baby Boomers are MAKING it MORE SPICY.Old people are HIP,dressing stylish & living a FULL life. Old is NOW ever evolving and gro
Some seniors are doing all of the things mentioned here, but most really are not. Those who are young retirees, yes...if their health is good, but many suffer debilitating health issues that do not allow them to be active, etc. Don't be fooled.
TIMETRAVELER2, I can only speak about where I live and the people who run in my circle. We're all going to the gym, jogging, pursuing dreams and living life to the fullest. The last thing on our mind is waiting for Social Security $$$
Age NEVER precludes one from pursuing dreams.Further one's education, get in shape,eat healthy,get some restorative alterations to one's looks,TRAVEL,pursue a NEW/UNUSUAL hobby.There's so much for 65+ ppl to DO besides waiting for SS!Old old is GONE!