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Moving/ contin- uing to stay where you live (%)

Type of home you bought/ rented (%)

Job you took/ have now (%)

Saving money for own retireme nt (%)

Timing or place for vacatio ns (%)

Decisions about getting more education, training (%)

21

10

8

26

29

12

21 17 21 26

9 9 11 14

7 6 11 12

26 21 25 31

31 18 23 37

9 20 19 15

16 25

8 11

6 9

22 29

25 33

9 14

21 20

10 10

9 7

27 24

29 29

12 11

16 22 23 26

9 9 12 11

8 6 9 8

22 27 28 31

22 30 36 38

14 13 9 6

21 19 23 16 25

10 11 11 7 12

10 7 7 5 7

26 23 29 23 30

26 29 29 28 41

21 13 9 6 7

AARP Multicultural Survey July 2001

Those who do believe that taking care of their older relatives has affected their own lives are most often Asian Americans, women, and those with more formal education.

Table 30: Impacts among All Caregivers by Demographic Characteristics

Q62–68. (Based on N=2162 respondents who help care for/financially support older relatives/do a variety of tasks) Has the need to help take care of older relatives affected your decisions on each of these?

(% saying yes)

Live with parents/in- laws

34

31

14

33

53

18

Caregivers of parents/children Caregivers for elders

22 28

12 14

9 14

27 34

33 40

13 17

Sandwiched between parents/children

20

10

8

24

29

11

Total

White Black Hispanic Asian

Male Female

45–49 50–55

HS diploma or less Some college College degree Post-grad work

Under $30,000 $30,000–<$50,000 $50,000–<$75,000 $75,000–<$100,000 $100,000 or more

Prepared for AARP by Belden Russonello & Stewart and Research/Strategy/Management Page 60

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