Overall, 54% of surveyed working caregivers would change jobs if it meant having access to a family caregiving coordination benefit, according to the "Homethrive Second Annual Employee Caregiving Survey". Overall, 85% of working caregivers say they would take advantage of a family caregiving coordination benefit. Approximately 66% say they do not have access to a family caregiving coordination benefit. A total of 75% of respondents were currently providing support for loved ones who are aging and/or have a disability.

The number of caregivers who have cared for their loved-one for three to five years increased 42.0% over . . .

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