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Labor force supply decisions of rural low-income mothers

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A microeconomic study of the associations between both rural low income mothers' decision to work and number of hours worked and mother's individual characteristics, household characteristics, human capital, various household income sources including participation in child care assistance and the Earned Income Tax Credit, and local economic conditions, based on data from 412 families from 23 counties in 13 states
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Oregon; Ohio; New York; New Hampshire; Nebraska; Minnesota; Michigan; Maryland; Massachusetts; Louisiana; Kentucky; Indiana; California

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