Infographic: Employment and Housing for Baby Boomers in Metro Areas

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Highlights

  • Metro areas with a lower cost of living and sunnier weather are poised to see an increased number of baby boomers moving in and buying a home as some delay retirement and remain participants in the labor market
  • Boise, Idaho and Raleigh, North Carolina were identified as top standouts for baby boomers for their solid job growth, share of self-employed workers and affordable home prices.
  • The share of men and women working after their 65th birthday has increased, setting the stage for elevated baby boomer buying activity in metro areas… Read More

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