BUYographics pp 113-125 | Cite as

The Buyographics of Aging

How Boomers’ Transition to Seniors Will Define the Economy
  • Matt Carmichael

Abstract

BASHA AND HER HUSBAND ARE GETTING OLDER. YOU MIGHT NOT GUESS that by listening to their daily activity log. They still work—she at a department store and he at a major sports complex—they are active in their community, and he teaches his neighbors how to play tennis.

Keywords

Migration Depression Transportation Income Marketing 

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Notes

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