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The initial economic impact of COVID-19 on South Carolina's child care sector: A closer look at rural counties

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This document highlights the specific findings as they relate to select counties in South Carolina which we define as more likely to be rural. Providers were asked to report the county in which they were located during the survey, so this is the only geographic unit of measurement available. However, we recognize that the defining an entire county as "rural" or "not rural" is a difficult approximation. We chose to focus this report on those counties which are not among the most populous and also do not contain one of the most populous cities in the state, as a rough proxy. (author abstract)
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South Carolina

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