Four Generations: Building Relationships and Community
In less than a lifetime, from 1945 to 2008, Florida went from being the smallest state in the South to the fourth largest and one of the most complex states in the nation. Today, Florida has the largest percentage of seniors in the nation, and it has become a testing ground in the United States for the ways in which multiple generations live and work alongside one another. This essay discusses the emergence of this important demographic development and what it means for Florida and its citizens.
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