Study of Latino retirees and working adults in Chicago reveals lack of preparedness for retirement and anxiety about future. Reveals immigrant elders expect family networks to support them in old age, but U.S.-born children may not share these expectations and/or may not be able to fulfill them.
La Tercera Edad: a Focus Group Study On the Effects of Retirement On Latino FamiliesReport
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