The largest share of student loan deadbeats are celebrating their 25th college reunions.
Borrowers age 40-49 have the highest proportion of loans that are at least 90 days behind, according to new data published by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. And that's been true each quarter since 2005.
Here's a profile of who holds student loans as of the first quarter of 2012:
And then it comes to debt levels:
The explosion in student loans -- as well as mounting delinquencies -- has some experts worrying that it's the next financial bubble to pop.
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