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Child care challenges when parents’ work schedules are unpredictable and not 9-to-5

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This brief examines the “supply and demand” of child care when young children’s parents work nonstandard or unpredictable schedules. How many families need nonstandard- or irregular-hour child care, and why? How many child care providers supply nonstandard- or irregular-hour care, and what are the barriers to expanding this service? What strategies to address this growing challenge have been proposed or tested? The brief covers the national context with a focus on Philadelphia. Then it discusses strategies to address this growing challenge. The national context is covered, with a focus on Philadelphia. (author abstract)

Resource Type:
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Country:
United States
State(s):
Pennsylvania

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