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Posted on July 17, 2017

BOSTON --- MHP's Tom Hopper provides a graphical look at how retiring Baby Boomers are  becoming an increasingly large percentage of the population.

Seniors retiring from the workforce and aging in place is a growing concern for the state's economy, if we don't build enough housing to attract the workers who will replace them.

Hopper and MHP colleague Callie Clark are co-directors of MHP's Center for Housing Data, a new initiative that is focused on collecting, analyzing and maintaining housing data so the state can craft housing policies and use resources efficiently to support the housing the state needs to maintain and grow its economy.

Coming soon to will be web pages dedicated to this initiative. In the mean time, for more cool graphics, follow @Data_Hopper or @mhphousing on Twitter.