Demographic information and other research about age 50+ people, including the impact of the baby boom generation on housing, mobility, healthcare and more.
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- Livable Communities and the Baby Boomers, e-book by Governing magazine
- The Boomer Nation: A State-by-State Snapshot, AARP
- 50+ African-American and Hispanic Populations in Select Metropolitan Markets. AARP
- Older Americans 2012: Key Indicators of Well-Being, Federal Intergency Forum on Age-Related Statistics
- The Future of a Generation: How New Americans Will Help Support Retiring Baby Boomers, Immigrant Policy Center
- A Profile of Older Americans, Administration on Aging
- MetLife Report on Grandparents, MetLife Mature Market Institute
- Opting for Independence Case Study Project Report, The Coordinating Center
- AARP 50 and Over What's Next, AARP
- AARP 2020 Vision for Aging Services, AARP
- Culture Connects All: Rethinking Audiences in Times of Demographics Change, Partners for Livable Communities
- Population Aging: Facts, Challenging, and Responses, Program on the Global Demography of Aging
- The Changing Demographic Profile of the United States, Congressional Research Service
- Immigration, Aging and the Regional Chicago Economy, published in the journal Cityscape