The University of Michigan Health and Retirement Study (HRS) is a large-scale longitudinal survey that studies labor force participation and health transitions among Americans over the age of 50. The HRS covers a wide variety of topics that are relevant to older adult relationships including work, assets, pension plans, physical health, disability, health insurance, and health care expenditures. The RAND HRS (Version J) data file provides various constructed variables named consistently across waves.
National Center for Family & Marriage Research. Measures Snapshots: Name of Data Set.
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