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  • What Boomers’ retirement might look like
  • What Boomers’ retirement might look like
    Ed Yourdan (2010) ©
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What Boomers’ retirement might look like

"We just don’t do old age like my mum and dad did," says 50-something director Sue Bourne. "This generation keeps working, they’re still active. It’s the beginning of a revolution in ageing." And from cosmetics to housing, it’s creating a new and profitable opportunity for entrepreneurs everywhere.

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