The Financial Health outcome area explores various characteristics related to the financial status of aging adults. Examining income, poverty status and health cost burden provides context to indicators within this section.
Factors relating to financial health include employment, and living costs.
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The employment factor examines labor force participation of aging adults, and associated reasons for working.
- Reasons for Working
- Education Attainment
Living costs examines financial allocations to determine financial priorities of aging adults and identify areas where people may need additional services or support.
- Income Shortfalls
- Poverty Status
- House Prices
- Rent Costs
- Assisted Living Costs
- Adult Day Services Cost