When the UK voted to leave the EU, Gen Yers were aghast. Social media was awash with ageist comments, adding to the perception that Boomers had apparently ruined everything – the economy, Europe, cohesion, even gardening. But are they really to blame? And how does this blame culture affect them?
How are Boomer women breaking down beauty ideals? What makes this group such dedicated grandparents? And what are their plans for retirement? This Generational Snapshot uses statistics and case studies from the US and UK to explore how Boomers are approaching later life in 2016.
As they begin to retire and their kids fly the nest, the dynamics of the Boomer home are changing. So how much time are they spending there? And how much money are they spending on maintaining it? Canvas8 sat down with Brits aged 50 to 69 to find out how they feel about their homes.
With people living longer, the demand for retirement housing is growing. Yet there’s a lack of properties designed specifically for the elderly. PegasusLife is looking to offer an alternative, boasting beautifully designed apartments that cater to the physical and emotional health of retirees.
Boomers may be on their way to retirement, but they take pride in staying young – and tech is increasingly a part of that. Canvas8 sat down with Brits between the ages of 50 and 69 to find out what tech they couldn’t live without and how they really feel about devices at the dinner table.