The Elderly in an Aging America


The American population is rapidly getting older. In 2011, the first of the baby boom generation will turn 65. By 2030, at least one in five Americans will be elderly—a higher proportion than exists in Florida today. Society may well be very different, and some people are already worried—about the old folks of tomorrow and their grandchildren as well.

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