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The team realized that grandmothers provided the help new mothers needed to continue foraging for themselves and their already weaned children while they were caring for their new infants.When grandmothers helped with foraging, their grandchildren were healthier and heavier and were weaned at a younger age.The number of Americans ages 65 and older is projected to more than double from 46 million today to over 98 million by 2060.Social scientists are showing a new interest in “grandma." “Grandparents represent a bigger chunk of the population than ever before, according to new data from the Census Bureau,” wrote Sharon Jayson in the in 2017.Recall how often in 2016 Hillary Clinton was asked how becoming a grandmother would affect her candidacy for president.
By 2014, 61 percent of these women and 57 percent of these men were grandparents.Among the people raised by a grandparent, at least for part of their childhoods, are Maya Angelou, Carol Burnett, and two former presidents, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama.According to , “This pattern is more common than ever these days.” With women living longer and remaining healthier as they age, more of them will reach the pinnacle of their careers later in life than ever before.In short, they are all prominent examples of a growing demographic that challenges stereotypes and requires updating.But these employed grandmothers are by no means alone. By 2022, 20 percent of women (and 27 percent of men) ages 65 and older will be in the labor force.