Amanda Singer had her plate full running a dance studio in Massachusetts.
But after her mother underwent emergency surgery and radiation for breast cancer late last year, Singer, 28, unexpectedly found herself taking on an even bigger responsibility – the role of unpaid family caregiver.
Singer is one of millions of millennial caretakers in the United States.
While most of her peers are focused on their careers or relationships, Singer spends twelve hours a day, three days a week, keeping her mother company and helping with household tasks like grocery shopping.
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NEW YORK (Reuters)