Child care arrangements made by employed mothers, by race 2010

Primary child care arrangements for children 5 and under made by working mothers in 2010, by race

Child care arrangements made by employed mothers, by race 2010 This statistic shows the primary child care arrangements made for children aged 5 and under by employed mothers in 2010 in the United States, with a distinction made between race. In 2010, 26 percent of Hispanic mothers made arrangements for their grandparents to take care of their children.
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Primary child care arrangements for children 5 and under made by working mothers in 2010, by race

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Mother CareFather CareGrandparent CareOther RelativeCenter Based CareOther Non-Relative CareOther
White Non-Hispanic4%19%18%4%25%15%14%
Black Non-Hispanic4%14%22%8%27%10%15%
Hispanic3%20%26%12%15%12%12%
Mother CareFather CareGrandparent CareOther RelativeCenter Based CareOther Non-Relative CareOther
White Non-Hispanic4%19%18%4%25%15%14%
Black Non-Hispanic4%14%22%8%27%10%15%
Hispanic3%20%26%12%15%12%12%
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This statistic shows the primary child care arrangements made for children aged 5 and under by employed mothers in 2010 in the United States, with a distinction made between race. In 2010, 26 percent of Hispanic mothers made arrangements for their grandparents to take care of their children.
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