The Sandwich Generation by the Numbers

Many adults who are part of the sandwich generation may be stretched thin. They have living parents age 65 or older and are either raising a child under age 18 or financially supporting a grown child. But what does the sandwich generation look like? How do they manage supporting their parents and their children?

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The Sandwich Generation

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