Study: Those near retirement were hit hardest by recession

Americans who are near retirement but not yet old enough for Social Security and Medicare benefits have lost the most earning power of any generation in the aftermath of the recession, according to a study by Sentier Research. These older workers have lost retirement savings and home value, and they generally struggle to find jobs after losing theirs. Many are taking early Social Security payments and filing for disability benefits.

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