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ACCESS ARGENTUM’S LATEST REPORTS & INDUSTRY RESEARCH Members of Argentum receive complimentary access to reports at


argentum.org/store. Digital downloads are available to nonmembers for a fee.


Senior Living Innovation Series: Memory Care Data from the Alzheimer’s Association reveals that about 5.4 million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s disease, an estimated 5.2 million of whom are 65 or older. By 2050, the number of older adults with the disease will nearly triple from 5.2 million to a projected 13.8 million.


As the population of those affected by the disease continues to grow, advancing best practices in the care of residents with dementia must be a priority for the senior living industry. Argentum's report, Senior Living Innovation Series: Memory Care, is intended to support industry efforts to promote innovative practices that enhance the quality of care for those living with dementia.


State of the Senior Living Workforce Trends in Employment, Hours, and Wages


The senior living industry remains a consistent top performer, demonstrating its fiscal health and making it an attractive career path for employees. It has been an engine for job growth in the U.S. economy in recent years, even when other industries were shedding jobs.


The State of the Senior Living Workforce is a quarterly report including information to help companies gauge wages and work hours, demonstrating how they compare within the senior living industry, as well as to medical establishments, retail, restaurant and lodging sectors.


Public Perceptions of Careers in Senior Living


A professional caring staff is the heart of senior living. The industry is growing thanks to its progressive model of person-centered care, but faces challenges in recruiting and retaining workers to serve the nation’s burgeoning population of seniors.


In concert with national polling firm ORC International, Argentum conducted a survey in September 2016 to explore public perceptions about jobs and careers in senior living. The online survey includes responses from 801 adults ages 18 to 64 who self-selected for participation from across the United States. The Public Perceptions of Careers in Senior Living report summarizes key findings from the survey and identifies implications for moving forward.


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State of the Senior Living Workforce


Trends in Employment, Hours, and Wages April 1 - June 30, 2016


EXECUTIVE MEMBER REPORT OCTOBER 2016


Senior Living Innovation Series: Memory Care


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