Retire Better: A big problem is looming for older Americans


What’s the most common occupation in the United States? You’ll never guess. It’s caregivers. 

Altruistic Americans, usually family members, who care for someone who needs help taking care of themselves. More than one in five adults—an estimated 53 million—were caregivers in 2020, providing care for an adult or child with special needs during the preceding year. This number grew more than a quarter between 2015 and 2020, and while there are people in all age groups who need the assistance of a caregiver, it’s a reflection of…

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