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The Old Get Richer, the Young Get Poorer

The old have gotten wealthier, while the young have become poorer. That’s the conclusion of “The Old Prosper Relative to the Young,” a recent report by economists and researchers at the Pew Research Center.

In documenting a rising age gap with regard to economic well-being, the authors compare households headed by adults over age 65 to households headed by adults younger than 35. They examine data over time–particularly from 1967, 1984, 2005, and 2009-2010. (The comparison between 2005 and 2009-2010 illustrates the impact of the Great Recession.)

Here are some of their conclusions:

•        From 1984 to 2009, the median net worth of older households rose 42%. For younger households, it declined by 68%.

•        The gap in wealth between older and younger households widened over time. In 1984, the median net worth of older households was $108,000 higher than that of younger households. But by 2009, the median net worth of older households was $166,832 higher than that of younger households, the “largest (gap) in the 25 years that the government has been collecting this data.” (All figures are expressed in 2010 dollars.)

•        In younger households, median adjusted annual income rose 27%, from $38,555 in 1967 to $49,145 in 2010. (Again, the figures are in 2010 dollars.) At the same time, income for older households rose 109%, from $20,804 to $43,401.

•        From 2005 to 2009, median net worth for older households declined 6%, versus a 55% decline for younger households.  Meanwhile, the adjusted median income of the oldest households rose 8%, while the youngest households experienced a 4% drop.

Housing plays a big role in the trend, the authors say. Older Americans have been “the beneficiaries of good timing, in the form of the long run-up in home values that enabled them to accumulate wealth via home equity,” the report says. While older homeowners purchased “long ago, at “pre-bubble” prices” many younger adults “bought as the bubble was inflating,” and now owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth. (They have also been saddled with higher college loan debt than their same-aged peers of past decades, the report says.)

There are labor market trends at work, too. Due in part to the recession, today’s young have experienced a “delayed entry into the labor market.” But older adults are staying in the job market longer. Currently, 16% of those ages 65 and older are employed, versus 10% in 1985.

With Social Security as a steady income source, older Americans have experienced less poverty and earnings volatility than their younger counterparts.

Still, the report documents hopeful signs for younger Americans: A growing number, the authors note, are college graduates, “and college education has been found to confer a significant financial payoff over the course of a lifetime.”

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    • I’m extremely inspired with your writing skills and also with the structure in your weblog. Is that this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Anyway keep up the excellent high quality writing, it is rare to look a nice blog like this one these days..

    • The young have a long climb ahead. Local finances, especially in the northeast, tag young families with fees (trash, bus, school) that senior are exempted from, regardless of means. Historically these were basic community services paid through local taxes, now targeted costs on young families. 20-30′s will face higher structural unemployment if slow to no growth becomes the norm, thus starting work later or being underemployed. This defers their ability to start saving for their future. In the public sector the talk of any pension reform is that of not impacting current retirees, but a reduced benefit for future retirees. In the private sector, the only talk of social security reform is to not impact current retirees but to raise the age and reduce benefits for future retirees. In today’s lexicon, is this fair? No, it is not. At least we will have saddled that group with about $20 Trillion in debt, so maybe that will take their attention away from the other points.

    • To me, you can sum this up with two point. Young people likely bought more houses in the 2000s, with little/no money down, therefore have taken the bulk of the hit of the housing market. Second, young people seemingly have much less discipline to delay gratification, therefore spend all their disposable income and then some on the latest gadgets.

    • Lots of people seem to think that in the grand scheme of things an iPhone can make or break a person.

      It can’t.
      If I forgo all my gadgets (iPhone – mum got me for my birthday, laptop – need it for university since I am doing compsci, desktop – ditto) and if I had paid for them all myself and not got 2 of them as gifts I would be up… about £2500.

      Now since I have gone into my (0% till I graduate) overdraft on bills and food and medication (long after I bought my desktop I might add) if I subtract that from the amount I have £1500. What exactly could I do with that?

      I could put it in a savings account and accrue interest at a lower rate than inflation and watch it slowly disappear.
      I could put it in the risky stocks and bonds market, pay £50 a year banking fees for using the stock services, make 4% or so return – £60, and assuming the market only goes up and never goes down (it doesn’t) make an awesome £10 a year on it! That means in £10 years I’d have made £100.. wait… what was the rate of inflation again… about …4% wasn’t it… ah shit.

      It is policy that makes spending not saving occur. The policy of ultra low interest rates and deliberate inflation. Don’t blame young people for acting in their rational self interest in that situation. The economic situation makes it bad to save and good to spend (and I will have you know my iPhone and laptop both have good resale value).

      Furthermore, all those cushy jobs you people enjoy once you are old… do you know where the money to pay the salaries on those jobs come from? It comes from people spending money on goods and services.

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