Friday, December 11, 2015

The Growing Power of Hispanics 50+

Much has been said about the youngest populations of Hispanics in the United States, because the Hispanic community ranks among the "youngest" in the nation. However, little has been said about Hispanics 50+, an age group that currently represents 11 percent of the total "aging" population in the United States, which will jump to 24 percent within the next decade or two. 

A new report by Nielsen, supported by both the American Association for Retired Persons (AARP) and the Hispanic Federation, found that Hispanics 50+ have a bright future ahead of them with growing cultural, economic and political influence. These findings send a strong message about the new role Hispanics will have in our society, and illustrate that the time has come to recognize the significance of Hispanics in the 50+ age range.

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