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Male

6

7

3

Female

4

8

2

White

5

8

2

Black

7

8

2

Hispanic

6

7

4

Asian

6

8

5

AARP Multicultural Survey July 2001

Parental and marital changes: Interestingly, as table 17 suggests, major changes in marital status are rare during this generation’s midlife stage, irrespective of most other demographic traits. This is also true of boomers’ parents moving into nursing homes and retirement residences, or into the homes of their middle-aged children.

Prepared for AARP by Belden Russonello & Stewart and Research/Strategy/Management Page 37

Have you

Have your parents or

gotten

in-laws moved to a

Have your parents or

married or

retirement or nursing

in-laws moved into

divorced?

home?

your home?

(%)

(%)

(%)

Under $30,000

8

8

3

$30,000–<$50,000

5

8

2

$50,000–<$75,000

4

9

2

$75,000–<$100,000

4

7

2

$100,000 or more

5

7

3

Table 17: Marital Changes and Parental Moves by Demographic Characteristics

Q15, 17, 18. Please tell me if this has happened to you in the last year:

Total

5

8

3

HS diploma or less

7

9

3

Some college

5

6

2

College degree

4

8

2

Post-grad work

2

5

4

Caregivers of parents/children

6

8

4

Sandwiched between parents/children

5

9

3

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