American grandmothers are changing.
The percentage of women working among the American female silver generation has increased significantly. According to Harvard University researchers, only 15 percent of American women aged 65 to 69 in the 1980s were working, but they have doubled to 30 percent recently. The percentage of women aged 70 to 74 who have worked also increased from 8% to 15% in the same period.
Working grandmothers have several characteristics. The first generation of professionals graduated from college and their living standards were better than their peers who depend on pensions. The male silver generation did not increase the rate of working than women.
Working grandmothers tend to enjoy work and want to remain professionals.
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Cai Abramowitz, a first-generation professional working at a law firm in Portland, Oregon, said, "Retirement and death have not been around for quite some time.
Harvard University researcher Claudia Goldin said, "Women who refuse to retire feel their presence in the work itself. The earlier I returned to work from childcare, the greater the pleasure I get from work. "