The millennial generation, born between 1980 and 2000, are often deemed irresponsible but recent reports state otherwise. According to AARP, millennials make up 25% of America's 40 million unpaid caregivers. That is 1 in four of those 40 million people. It's tough, as they are starting their young adult life while having to care for a parent. It is even harder for long-distance caregivers, living their own lives and having to travel to take care of loved ones. On top of this they also have a lot of debt and and they usually spend 27% of their income on care giving expenses.
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