Money Worries Fueled Uptick In Baby Boomer Suicides During Recession – ValueWalk Premium

Money Worries Fueled Uptick In Baby Boomer Suicides During Recession

Money worries fueled uptick in Baby Boomer suicides during recession

The Great Recession was tough on middle-aged men. That's the conclusion of two New Jersey researchers who looked at a jump in suicide rates between 2005 and 2010. Baby Boomers, ages 40 to 64, saw the largest increase in the percentage of suicides during those years related to external setbacks such as job loss or mortgage…

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