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AARP 2022 Travel Trends: Domestic Travel Is Bouncing Back

Travel planning among older adults is bouncing back to almost prepandemic levels, though concern about the pandemic remains high, and anticipated spending us up.

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AARP Vital Voices Research

AARP Vital Voices Research explores the needs and interests of the 45+ population across the states.

Women Voters Age 50+ Will Decide Outcome of 2022 Midterms

A recent AARP survey of likely voters age 50-plus finds that women voters are still undecided and expect legislators to address a range of concerns.

Who Gets Marital Retirement Assets in a Divorce?

In-depth interviews reveal the need for reliable guidance on navigating divorce and how to secure a share of retirement assets.

Older Adults Embrace Lifelong Learning for Personal Growth

Adults age 45 and older embrace lifelong learning for personal gain, self-improvement, and cognitive health, finds an AARP study.

AARP Survey on Health and Aging

A study to examine what health/wellness/appearance aspects consumers are worried about presently and for the future.

AARP 2022 Travel Trends: Domestic Travel Is Bouncing Back

Travel planning among older adults is bouncing back to prepandemic levels.

AARP Financial Security Trends Survey: Attitudes of Adults 30+

​Rising prices are taking a toll on workers, making it difficult to cover expenses, manage debt, and save for the future.

2022 Tech Trends and the 50+

The new digital habits adults 50+ adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic are here to stay.

Understanding the Great Resignation and Impact of COVID-19 on Work for the 50+

Older workers reported the top reason for leaving or considered leaving was being near retirement age. Not surprisingly, the pandemic played a major role.

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