Quickly access information related to Minnesota's aging population.
Between 2010 and 2030, the number of adults age 65+ is expected to nearly double, while the number of younger residents will increase only modestly. A desire to maintain good health, social connections, and sufficient financial resources are priorities for many older residents and their families.
As the baby boomer generation ages, this huge demographic shift will affect our state’s workforce, healthcare, and economy. A look at these key measures by age group helps tell us how older adults compare to other residents.
Our baby boomer population is like a jet airplane that has just lifted off. Compass Project Manager Craig Helmstetter highlights 5 implications for Minnesota.
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