Longevity Economy

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According to NPR, "The coronavirus pandemic triggered the sharpest economic contraction in modern American history, the Commerce Department reported Thursday, July 30, 2020.
Longevity economy
Older Montanans are doing their part to boost the state by generating $19.6 billion in economic activity annually, according to an AARP financial analysis.
Longevity Economy
Report shows positive economic contribution from state’s 50+ relative to their share of the population.
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To recognize the outsize contributions that people over 50 make to the economy, experts have developed the concept of the “longevity economy.”
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If you’re 50 or older and live in Delaware, you’re probably doing more than your share to boost the state’s economy. A recent report by Oxford Economics for AARP dispels the myth that older people are a fiscal burden.
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There’s a growing natural resource in Utah that boosts the state’s economic health. It is the population of Utahns 50 and older.
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The state population is aging, and AARP Arkansas wants everyone to know that’s great for the state’s economy.
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A misguided myth brands older people as a drain on the economy, but AARP Nevada is setting the record straight. A recent report by Oxford Economics for AARP shows people 50 and older are major contributors to economic growth.
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