$3 Trillion in Lost Benefits Suffered by Caregivers
- Their average losses are equivalent to a total of $324,044, compared to average losses for men of $283,716.
- Adult caregivers are more likely to suffer from fair to poor health than noncaregivers.
- Caregiving sons and daughters provide parents with comparable care, although daughters are more likely to offer basic care while caregiving men often provide financial assistance.
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