A government survey showed on Thursday that 6.5% of sixth graders in Japan said they take care of family members.
The welfare ministry survey on carers under 18 also found that 7.1% of those caring for family members spend at least seven hours per weekday on such activities. It was the government’s first survey on the issue that covered elementary school children.
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