Caring for a family member is often a full-time job, but family caregivers often work full or part-time while providing care for a loved one. Working caregivers face a set of challenges that can impact their income and also contribute to productivity losses for employers. Many are themselves aging as well as providing care at a time when they also need to be planning and saving for their own retirement.
- The MetLife Study of Caregiving Costs to Working Caregivers – Double Jeopardy for Baby Boomers Caring for Their Parents – Full Report (2011)
- MetLife Study of Working Caregivers and Employer Health Care Costs (2010)
- Corporate Eldercare Programs: Their Impact, Effectiveness and the Implications for Employers (2008) (PDF)
- The MetLife Study of Employed Caregivers: Does Long-Term Care Insurance Make a Difference? (2001) (PDF)