Lillian Kilduff is a research analyst in U.S. Programs. She joined PRB in 2018. She provides support to staff in numerous projects and quality assurance for data deliverables. Kilduff previously worked at the University of Maryland as a teaching assistant in the Asian American Studies Program for an urban demography and community course. She also has worked at the Maryland Association of Boards of Education as a legislative aide. Kilduff holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Maryland.
The U.S. Population Is Growing Older, and the Gender Gap in Life Expectancy Is Narrowing
The current growth of the population ages 65 and older is unprecedented in U.S. history and has important implications for policymakers. Although government programs such as Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid have helped reduce poverty and improve the health of the older population, current pro…
U.S. Homeownership Rates Fall Among Young Adults, African Americans
The benefits of owning a home in the United States are well documented. Homes can create wealth for their owners that in turn can benefit families for generations. Homeownership can also reduce economic risk by protecting families from rising rent prices. Owning a home has also been associated with …
Fact Sheet: Aging in the United States
As they have passed through each major stage of life, baby boomers (between ages 55 and 73 in 2019) have brought both challenges and opportunities to the economy, infrastructure, and institutions.These key findings about them were updated in June 2019 with the latest available data.