Individual caregiving prevalence in the U.S. by age of predominant recipient 2009

Individual caregiving prevalence in the United States in 2009, by age of predominant recipient

Individual caregiving prevalence in the U.S. by age of predominant recipient 2009 This statistic represents the individual caregiving prevalence in the United States in 2009, sorted by the age of the predominant recipient. As of 2009, the prevalence for predominant recipient aged 50 years and older was 18.9 percent. That means, an estimated number of 43.5 million persons were caregivers to recipients aged 50 years and older.
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Individual caregiving prevalence in the United States in 2009, by age of predominant recipient

Prevalence (in percent)Estimated number of caregivers (in millions)
Predominant recipient age 50+18.943.5
Predominant recipient age 18+23.554.1
Prevalence (in percent)Estimated number of caregivers (in millions)
Predominant recipient age 50+18.943.5
Predominant recipient age 18+23.554.1
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This statistic represents the individual caregiving prevalence in the United States in 2009, sorted by the age of the predominant recipient. As of 2009, the prevalence for predominant recipient aged 50 years and older was 18.9 percent. That means, an estimated number of 43.5 million persons were caregivers to recipients aged 50 years and older.
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