Washington (March 11, 2004) -- Life for baby boomers and their parents has generally improved over the past 10 years, although there are some "striking vulnerabilities," according to a report by AARP.

In its report, "The State of 50+ America," the AARP points out that Americans aged 50 to 64 improved on every economic measure over the decade, while individuals aged 65 and older improved on most measures, except that their share of income from sources other than Social Security declined, and their employment rate and self-reported health status decreased.

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