When you picture female baby boomers, what comes to mind?
Older women knitting or playing cards?
If that’s your perception, better think again.
There’s a generation of 50+ women who are turning the traditional notion of aging on its head.
We explain how in today’s Living Right.
Dian says the silver disobedience crowd is part of what the AARP calls “the longevity economy.”
In fact, older women and men continue to work and fuel the economy far longer than past generations, injecting $4.6 trillion a year into the overall economy.