Older Americans Have Dismal Economic Outlook

September 2008
Money Management Executive;9/15/2008, Vol. 16 Issue 35, p6
The article focuses on the result of survey conducted by MetLife Mature Market Institute related to the outlook of people aged 60 and above on unemployment and inflation rate in the U.S. The survey showed that 53% of the respondents believed that the economic condition in 2008 was worse than those they have experienced in the past. In addition, 87% said that they cut their expenses while 70% identified their essential from non-essential needs.


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