Child care arrangements of employed mothers above 100% poverty in 1988 and 2010

Primary child care arrangements for children under 5 made by working mothers above 100% poverty in 1988 and 2010

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 2, 2011
Child care arrangements of employed mothers above 100% poverty in 1988 and 2010 This statistic shows the primary child care arrangements made for children aged 5 and under by working mothers who were above 100 percent poverty in the years 1985 and 2010 in the United States. In 2010, center based care accounted for 26 percent of childcare arrangements made.
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Primary child care arrangements for children under 5 made by working mothers above 100% poverty in 1988 and 2010

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