Reasons for fathers to stay at home instead of working in the United States in 1989 and 2012

Reasons for fathers to stay at home in the U.S. 1989-2012 The statistic above provides information about the reasons why American fathers stay at home with their children instead of working in 1989 and 2012. In 1989, 5 percent of stay-at-home fathers stated they were home to care for home/family. In 2012, this percentage had increased up to 21.
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19892012
Caring for home/family5%21%
Unable to find work15%23%
Ill or disabled56%35%
In school/retired/other25%22%
19892012
Caring for home/family5%21%
Unable to find work15%23%
Ill or disabled56%35%
In school/retired/other25%22%
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The statistic above provides information about the reasons why American fathers stay at home with their children instead of working in 1989 and 2012. In 1989, 5 percent of stay-at-home fathers stated they were home to care for home/family. In 2012, this percentage had increased up to 21.
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Release date
June 2014
Region
United States
Survey time period
1989 and 2012
Age group
18-69 years
Special properties
children younger than 18 in household
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