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The bottom line: Economic impacts of inadequate child care access in Nebraska

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In the winter of 2019-2020, First Five Nebraska commissioned the University of Nebraska—Lincoln, Bureau of Business Research to study the economic fallout of inadequate child care options on family income, employer profitability and state revenues. This overview describes First Five Nebraska's interpretation of the key findings of that report and their implications for our state's economic recovery and growth. (author abstract)

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