HOW DO YOUNGER GENERATION BABY BOOMERS DIFFER FROM THEIR OLDER COHORT?
LeadingAge conducted a survey for the LeadingAge Leadership Summit that defined the key differences between younger generation baby boomers that are starting to retire and leave the workforce and their older cohort. Among these answers, important implications for the aging services living field arose. These are some of the many future-oriented topics that will be discussed at the 2020 Leadership Summit.
60 - 69 YEARS OF AGE
70 - 72 YEARS OF AGE
YCs ARE LESS LIKELY TO HIRE A CAREGIVER.
LONG-TERM CARE AFFORDABILITY IS STILL A CHALLENGE FOR YCs.
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YCs ARE MORE OPEN TO RELOCATING FOR CARE.
YCs ARE MORE COMFORTABLE USING CELL PHONES, ALTHOUGH TECHNOLOGY USAGE IS HIGH FOR BOTH GROUPS.