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Caregivers Incur Higher Health Costs for Selves

September 1, 2010
Related Topics: Health and Wellness, Retention, Featured Article, Compensation
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A MetLife Mature Market Institute study estimates that U.S. employers pay 8 percent more per year in health care costs for employees who care for elders than for employees without those responsibilities. This could potentially cost U.S. employers $13.4 billion per year, according to the report.
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