Immigrants and Baby Boomers Futures’ Converge
From HispanicBusiness.com (hat tip: Connie Majure-Rhett of the Wilmington NC Chamber)
The quality of life for some 80 million graying baby boomers in the U.S. may depend in large part on the fortunes of another high-profile demographic group: millions of mostly Hispanic immigrants and their children.
With a major part of the nation’s population entering its retirement years and birth rates falling domestically, the shortfall in the work force will be filled by immigrants and their offspring, experts say. How that group fares economically in the years ahead could have a big impact on everything from the kind of medical services baby boomers receive to the prices they can get for their homes.
Full story here.
Who knew that the new immigration bill was going to impact the healthcare your parents are going to get??
posted by Kevin Stolarick