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The U.S. population is getting older, thanks to the baby boomers — and fewer new babies. — Getty Images

Demographic information and other research about age 50+ people, including the impact of the baby boom generation on housing, mobility, healthcare and more.

The information is presented in reverse chronological order by the source material's publication or release date and includes reports, case studies, tool kits and more.

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A Profile of Older Americans, Administration on Aging

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