Opinion on paid leave among Californian adults by selected characteristics 2003

Agreement for paid leave among Californian adults in 2003, by selected characteristics*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 30, 2014
Opinion on paid leave among Californian adults by selected characteristics 2003 This statistic depicts the opinion of California adults on their support or opposition against paid leave by selected characteristics, as of 2003. Of all respondents, 83.1 percent of those born in the United States and 89.7 percent of those born abroad, supported paid leave. In 2004, California implemented a program that allowed those working in California to receive up to 55 percent of their usual weekly wage for family or medical leave.
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Agreement for paid leave among Californian adults in 2003, by selected characteristics*

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