From the age of 50, life is made up of stages which change our daily lives. These changes mainly regard family, work, economy and health; and are experienced differently depending […]Read more
Tables, charts and analyses providing economic and demographic data regarding seniors’ lifestyles.
In 2010, European seniors stood at almost 120 million. In 2035, they should stand at 150 million, as a result of the increase of life expectancy and the increasing number […]Read more
Eurostat has published the rate of people aged 65 and over in each EU country. We rely on this official data to evaluate the weight of the senior population in […]Read more
Not all seniors are married or widowed. Since 1950, more and more people aged over 55 years old are divorced or single. The marital status of older men and women […]Read more
Between the ages of 25 and 54 years old, the family structure is similar between men and women, and they live mainly with their spouses: 18% without children, 36% to […]Read more
How are households structured for people aged over 55? Do they have the same lifestyle between the ages of 60 and 80? What happens when children leave the nest and […]Read more
The Silver Economy is a cross-cutting economy dedicated to seniors. It concerns all business sectors. This economy has a bright future since Baby Boomers are currently over 55 years old […]Read more