Club-sandwich generation


a generation of people who give care to their children, grandchildren, and parents or other family members at the same time; also written club sandwich generation

Adult children hoping to retire and enjoy freedom are sometimes caught in a club-sandwich generation.
Word Origin

from resemblance to layers of club sandwich and patterned on sandwich generation


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