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COVID-19 restrictions could force 43% of caregivers to give up their jobs
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A new Fidelity Investments study found that ongoing COVID-19 restrictions are taking a toll on folks who are juggling jobs while caring for loved ones such as parents or children, and that 43% of working caregivers could be forced to choose between their jobs and their home responsibilities over the next year.
Almost half of caregivers surveyed said that they could not handle another year like the last, and 42% of those caring for kids responded that they will "fall apart" if schools or their professional child care situation doesn't return to normal in the near future as pandemic restrictions persist.