Jill Schlesinger looks at job opportunities for retirees in today’s Jobs Report.
The retirement of the baby boomers will carve out new job opportunities for a younger demographic. Jill Schlesinger reports.
A new study suggests San Jose is the fittest city for baby boomers in the country, with the highest life expectancy and the fewest unrestful days per month among the nation’s largest cities.
Among Baby Boomers aged 50 to 64, 32 percent say they use a social networking site on a typical day. That’s up from 20 percent a year ago.
Aging baby boomers are more likely to need counseling and other mental health services as the population turns gray simply because of their longevity, according to the Obama administration’s point person on disability and aging.
California’s unemployment rate has dropped below 12 percent for the first time since August 2009 — another positive sign for the nation’s economy.
State legislators and medical experts unveiled a new state plan Wednesday for coping with Alzheimer’s disease. An explosion of people with the disease is expected in the next 20 years.