More middle-aged Americans leaving workforce to care for parents

A Los Angeles business owner shut down her company to return to Sauk Centre and care for her 91-year-old mother. Such moves are becoming more common around the country. But the cost to the caregivers is substantial.
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A Los Angeles business owner shut down her company to return to Sauk Centre and care for her 91-year-old mother. Such moves are becoming more common around the country. But the cost to the caregivers is substantial.

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