The Sandwich Generation by the Numbers
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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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