Mike Leath, a retired chiropractor, leads an exercise class at the senior center in Waxahachie, Texas, May 14, 2015. Those between 65 and 74, supported by Social Security, pensions and investments, have fared better than most other groups outside the superrich.
Mike Leath, a retired chiropractor, leads an exercise class at the senior center in Waxahachie, Texas, May 14, 2015. Those between 65 and 74, supported by Social Security, pensions and investments, have fared better than most other groups outside the superrich. BRANDON THIBODEAUX NYT
Mike Leath, a retired chiropractor, leads an exercise class at the senior center in Waxahachie, Texas, May 14, 2015. Those between 65 and 74, supported by Social Security, pensions and investments, have fared better than most other groups outside the superrich. BRANDON THIBODEAUX NYT

U.S. seniors prosper, finding ‘sweet spot' in middle class

June 20, 2015 04:00 PM