In Israel, old age isn't what it used to be
Consumer behavior among the elderly is rapidly changing, a survey finds. They act younger, but are nonetheless worried about the future.
Although she worked for years as office manager at a private company, E., 70, divorced and living in Petah Tikva, was left without a proper pension when she retired two years ago.
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