By July 1, 2000 the U.S.
Census projects 76 million persons over 50 in the U.S.,
By 2100, the Census projects 221million over 50,
39% of the population.
AARP Bulletin - Newsletter of the American Association of Retired Persons
Carp News Magazine of the Canadian Association of Retired Persons
Prime Life Media - MarketPlace Media's Seniors' market
Modern Maturity - The Magazine of the American Association of Retired Persons
New Lifestyles Online - Ad supported guide to Senior living and facilites
Senior.com Web community for seniors Ad supported site
Senior Golfer Magazine - from Times Mirror Group
SeniorNet - "Bringing wisdom to the information age" Ad supported site
Senior World Online - "For active seniors in the digital age"
Third Age - "the Web . . .for grownups" Ad supported site
Transitions, Inc. - Ad supported Elder Care site"Ask Grandma" advice to seniors page
AARP- The American Association of Retired Persons Research on seniors as well as commercail services
ASI Market Research Center - Full Service Qualitative and Quantitative Research
SeniorSite - Sources of helpful information, income opportunities, other relevant web sites, legislative activities, jokes, and poety.
Seniors Research Group - ". . . a new partnership that provides businesses with premier market research and consultation services regarding the needs of mature Americans, and seniors with a forum to express their opinions."
Strategic Directions Group - 40+ age segments specialist Walt Cheney email@example.com - Author of The Second 50 Years - A Resource Manual For Senior Citizens "...a comprehensive encyclopedia of just about everything you know to be a senior citizen in American today."
National Coucil on the Aging - ". . . an association of organizations and individuals dedicated to promoting the dignity, self-determination, well-being and continuing contributions of older persons through leadership and service, education, and advocacy. "
U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services - Adminstration on Aging - A wealth of data
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