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## 08252: Caregiving, by age and education level 2002 - 2019

Mari Lande With, Statistics Norway
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2020-09-08 08:00
Caregiving:
per cent or hours
Caregiving:
31.12.
Statistics Norway
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### type of care

#### Given help with buying groceries, last 4 weeks, to parents who need help (per cent)

In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.

#### Given help with cleaning, last 4 weeks to parents who need help (per cent)

In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.

#### Given other practical help, last 4 weeks to parents who need help (per cent)

In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.

#### Given care/supervision, last 4 weeks to parents who need help (per cent)

In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.

#### Given assistance with home care services, last 4 weeks to parents who need help (per cent

In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.

### level of education

#### Upper secondary education

Upper secondary education includes intermediate level courses based on completed upper secondary level, but which are not accredited as tertiary education.