By Jacquelyn Boone James PhD, Paul Wink PhD
As the inhabitants of retirees among the a while of sixty five and seventy five maintains to develop, execs, researchers, and educators in all parts of the overall healthiness care and the enterprise sectors would require extra services at the most recent developments to make greater judgements and increase systems.
Contributed through nationally famous specialists, The Crown of existence: Dynamics of the Early Post-Retirement Period provides one of the most very important and present decision-making learn describing lifestyles among the a while of sixty five and seventy five.
Topics hide many points and social problems with retirement together with:
- Functioning and health
- Aging Black Americans
- Late center Age
- The effect of labor
- Change and balance
- Health and Religiousness
- Social family
- Leisure actions
- Male delight
- Everyday existence
- Gay Lives
- Retirement neighborhood Life
For a person attracted to the foremost matters and present developments of this starting to be inhabitants, editors Jacquelyn Boone James and Paul Wink offer essentially the most vital and present professional collections devoted to the Crown of lifestyles interval.
About the Series...
Now celebrating its twenty sixth yr, this sequence of annual reports, demonstrated by way of Carl Eisdorfer, is designed to surround the large spectrum of matters in getting older, together with psychology, biology, drugs, sociology, and public coverage. The objective is to provide stories of the best quality and to deal with these very important questions which are salient to all gerontologists.
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One of the most important distinctions between the Second (young adulthood and middle adulthood) and the Third Age is that gainful employment no longer is the most important daily activity for people. 4, it is quite clear that the vast majority of men and women in the Third Age are no longer active in the labor force. Seventy-one percent of men and 81% of women among the 65- to 69-year-olds are not employed or looking for work; at the end of the Third Age, these ﬁgures have increased to 87% for men and 94% for women.
16 ANNUAL REVIEW OF GERONTOLOGY AND GERIATRICS The second important result of the demographic analysis is that women’s and men’s lives in the Third Age are very different, largely because women are much more likely to lose their spouse, whereas men’s chance of remaining married well beyond the Third Age is very good. These marital status differences suggest that men and women in the Third Age probably have quite different needs in terms of the help and support that might improve their quality of life.
Are today’s Third Agers in fact more likely to live independently in their own home by virtue of better health and economic status? How did their lives and well-being change over the time from when they were 50–64 years old? Is there a lesson to be learned for those now age 50–64 that would help them be better off at age 65–79? Do what may be termed objective measures of well-being predict an absence of mental health problems and better overall psychological well-being? In this chapter, we make use of data from a long national panel, the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), to address these questions.
Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Volume 26, 2006: The Crown of Life: Dynamics of the Early Postretirement Period by Jacquelyn Boone James PhD, Paul Wink PhD