Is 63 Old for a Woman?

Is 63 Old for a Woman

In the past, women 63 years of age and older were considered old. In the 1020s, women were considered middle age in their 40s. Nowadays, however, women transition out of middle age around 65, research shows.

Today, women are considered elderly when they reach 73 years of age.


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