Grey gold: do older in-migrants benefit rural communities?

@inproceedings{Glasgow2008GreyGD,
  title={Grey gold: do older in-migrants benefit rural communities?},
  author={Nina Glasgow and David L. Brown},
  year={2008}
}
Migration often accompanies life course transitions, including retirement. While young people are much more likely than older adults to move, almost 10 percent of americans aged 60+ migrated between counties during 1995 to 2000, with a disproportionate share moving to rural communities. in fact, 274 nonmetropolitan counties experienced net in-migration rates of 15 percent or higher among persons ages 60+ during this period. The united states Department of agriculture designated those counties… 

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