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Lee JAnn, Walker M, Shoup R. Balancing Elder Care Responsibilities and Work: The Impact on Emotional Health. Journal of Business and Psychology. 2001;16(2):277-289. doi:10.1023/A:1011165318139.
Owen AL, Wu S. Bad Luck and Consumption Behavior. Clinton, NY: Hamilton College; 2003.
Gonzales GErnest, Lee Y, Brown C. Back to work? Not everyone. Examining the longitudinal relationships between informal caregiving and paid work after formal retirement. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 2017;72(3):532-539. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbv095.
Maestas N. Back to Work: Expectations and Realizations of Work after Retirement. Journal of Human Resources. 2010;45(3):718-748.
United States Congressional Office. Baby Boomers' Retirement Prospects: An Overview. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Budget Office; 2003.
Dong XS, Wang X, Ringen K, Sokas R. Baby boomers in the United States: Factors associated with working longer and delaying retirement. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 2017;60(4):315-328. doi:10.1002/ajim.22694.
Berman R. Baby boomers face greater cognitive decline than previous generations.
Lusardi A, Mitchell OS. Baby Boomer Retirement Security: The Roles of Planning, Financial Literacy, and Housing Wealth. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2007;54(1):205.
United States Governmental Office. Baby Boom Generation: Retirement of Baby Boomers is Unlikely to Precipitate Dramatic Decline in Market Returns, but Broader Risks Threaten Retirement Security. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Accountability Office; 2006.