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Retirement income opportunities in an aging America

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Keywords retirement, income, aging, benefits, pensions. Disciplines Labor Economics. and Labor Relations Oirnell University and Senior Economist Center for Naval Analyses Alexandria, Virginia. Retirement Income Opportunities in an Ag-ing America: Income Levels and Adequacy.

At a time when traditional "retirement" increasingly marks the beginning of a new phase of work (whether by choice, necessity, or some combination of the two), millions will need help if they are to make a successful transition. Looking toward another two, three, or even four decades of healthy active life, many people are eager to gain new skills and the credentials that will help them move into a new work-life chapter. Further complicating the situation is widespread resistance to thinking outside the higher-ed box. In an increasingly competitive market, colleges are spending small fortunes on data and marketing analysis. What’s generally missing is a willingness to follow where the data lead, without preconceptions. What are the key drivers of the market for adult learners?

Latin America and the Caribbean will soon face the challenges of an aging population. This book explores three sets of issues. First is a group of issues related to the support of the aging and poverty in the life cycle. This covers questions of work and retirement, income and wealth, and living arrangements and intergenerational transfers. It also explores the relation between the life cycle and poverty. Second is the question of the health transition. How does the demographic transition impact the health status of the population and the demand for health care? And how advanced is the health transition in LAC?

Today those who are over age 65 receive income from more sources and have greater financial independence than previous generations of elderly. This report concludes that the elderly's income levels and sources will continue to improve during the next twenty years or more" (p. v). But what of the poverty that remains among the elderly, especially single individuals? What of the threat to real social security benefit levels? What of the erosion of unindexed private pension benefits by inflation?

People are living longer and, in some parts of the world, healthier lives. This represents one of the crowning achievements of the last century, but also a significant challenge. Longer lives must be planned for. Societal aging may affect economic growth and lead to many other issues, including the sustainability of families, the ability of states and communities to provide resources for older citizens, and international relations. Population aging is driven by declines in fertility and improvements in health and longevity. In more developed countries, falling fertility beginning in the early 1900’s has resulted in current levels being below the population replacement rate of two live births per woman. Perhaps the most surprising demographic development of the past 20 years has been the pace of fertility decline in many less developed countries.

the Health & Retirement Study. National Institute on Aging. the Health & Retirement Study. Chapter Highlights Amount and Sources of Income Pre-Retirement Saving Behavior Health and Income Unexpected Health Events and Income Social Security Benefit Acceptance Conversion of Investments to Annuities Wealth and Its Distribution Refining the Measurement of Wealth Marriage and Wealth Pension Wealth Aging and Housing Equity Wealth and Health Unexpected Health Events and Wealth Probabilistic Thinking and Financial Behavior.

Retirement income opportunities in an aging America