15% have children, and another 6% financially support an elderly or disabled relative.
We asked 20,000 people who they are and how they’re learning to code
Quincy Larson

Again, this is a culture thing and just about every country outside of the Northern Continent and parts of Europe are supporting an extended family member. You didn’t need to run a survey to learn this.

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