Although most Americans have struggled through the economic downturn, the burdens appear to be especially hard on Hispanics.

According to a study of Hispanic Baby Boomers by Rebecca Perron for the AARP, Hispanic adults ages 45-plus have been disproportionately negatively affected by the recession within the past year relative to the general population in the same age group. Furthermore, Hispanic Boomers are being impacted harder by the recession than older members (65-plus) of the Hispanic population.

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