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Type of Child Care Used at Year 3 (Unmarried and Employed Mothers Using Child Care)
(by housing status years 1–5)

Source: ICPH analysis of Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing data. n = 660. Excluded are mothers who did not participate in the year-five survey, do not live with the focal child at least half of the time at year five, do not have valid sample weights, report an average (baseline to year five) income-to-poverty ratio greater than 1.25, were married at year five or were unemployed at year three, or wo did not use child care at year 3. Differences in use of center-based care are statistically significant at 10% for ever-at-risk vs. always stably housed women. Differences in use of relative care are statistically significant at 10% for ever-homeless vs. ever-at-risk or always stably housed women. Differences in use of Head Start are statistically significant at 10% for always stably housed vs. ever-homeless or ever-at-risk women.

From the Report: Profiles of Risk No. 7: Child Care


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