Executive summary: Economic role of paid child care in the U.S. and states
This is a summary of a series about the economic role of paid child care services in the United States. Part one analyzes data about household income and characteristics of families that use child care. Part two will examine mothers’ participation in the labor force. Part three will address economic growth as it relates to maternal labor force participation and child care accessibility. The last report will provide information about usage of data from the Current Population Survey.
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The economic role of paid child care in the U.S.: A report series – Part 1
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