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Stay-at-home fathers in the United States: Reasons for staying at home instead of working 2012

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 5, 2014
United States - reasons for fathers becoming stay-at-home parents This survey, conducted in the United States in 2012, shows the various reasons why stay-at-home fathers were at home and not working. In 2012, 21 percent of stay-at-home fathers in the United States said they did not work as they wanted to take care of their families.
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Stay-at-home fathers in the United States: Reasons for staying at home instead of working 2012

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