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Who's Minding the Kids? Child Care Arrangements: Sring 1997 - Detailed Tables

Table 1. Child Care Arrangements for Preschoolers by Family Characteristics and Employment Status of Mother: Spring 1997 (Numbers and percentages) [XLS - 106k] [PDF - 102k]

Table 2. Primary Child Care Arrangements of Preschoolers of Employed Mother: Spring 1997 (Numbers and percentages) [XLS - 42k] [PDF - 47k]

Table 3. Child Care Arrangements for Gradeschoolers Children by Family Characteristics and Employment Status of Mother: Spring 1997 (Numbers and percentages) [XLS - 133k] [PDF - 107k]

Table 4. Family and Child Characteristics of Children in Self Care by Age of Child and Employment Status of Mother: Spring 1997 [XLS - 41k] [PDF - 48k]

Table 5. Family Payments for Child Care by Employed Mothers of Children Under 14, Children Under 5 and Children 5 to 14: Spring 1997 [XLS - 24k] [PDF - 35k]

Table 6. Average Weekly Child Care Expenditures by Employed Mothers of Children Under 14, Children Under 5 and Children 5 to 14: Spring 1997 [XLS - 29k] [PDF - 38k]


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Child Care |  Last Revised: October 04, 2011