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POV13: Related Children by Number of Working Family Members and Family Structure: 2009

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2010 Annual Social and Economic Supplement.

(Numbers in thousands)

  People in families (total) (2) People in married-couple families (11) People in families with a male householder, no wife present People in families with a female householder, no husband present
All income levels Below 100% of poverty (5) Percentage below 100% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 100% of poverty (5) Percentage below 100% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 100% of poverty (5) Percentage below 100% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 100% of poverty (5) Percentage below 100% of poverty (6)

Asian alone
 
People in families, total (2)
3,271 444 13.6 2,764 313 11.3 155 41 26.2 351 90 25.6
 
In families with no workers (16)
142 120 84.5 72 56 (B) 20 20 (B) 50 44 (B)
In families with at least one worker (16) 3,129 324 10.4 2,692 258 9.6 135 21 15.2 301 46 15.2
      Only one working family member 1,136 233 20.5 865 182 21.1 75 20 27.0 196 30 15.5
      Two or more working family members 1,993 91 4.6 1,827 75 4.1 60 0 (B) 105 15 14.6
 
In families with no members working full-time
  year-round (FTYR) (16)
538 283 52.7 394 182 46.3 36 35 (B) 108 66 61.2
      No part-time or part-year workers 142 120 84.5 72 56 (B) 20 20 (B) 50 44 (B)
      At least one part-time or part-year worker 396 164 41.3 322 127 39.4 16 15 (B) 58 22 (B)
          One part-time or part-year worker 244 136 55.8 179 101 56.2 15 15 (B) 50 21 (B)
          Two or more part-time or part-year workers 152 28 18.2 143 26 18.3 1 0 (B) 8 1 (B)
In families with at least one member who
  worked FTYR (16)
2,733 160 5.9 2,370 131 5.5 119 6 4.7 244 24 9.8
      One full-time year-round worker 1,593 153 9.6 1,323 124 9.4 75 6 7.5 195 23 11.9
          One FTYR and no part-time or part-year
              workers
892 97 10.9 686 82 11.9 60 6 (B) 146 10 6.7
          One FTYR and at least one part-time
              or part-year worker
700 55 7.9 637 42 6.6 15 0 (B) 48 13 (B)
      Two or more full-time year-round workers 1,140 8 0.7 1,047 7 0.7 43 0 (B) 49 1 (B)
          Two or more FTYR and no part-time or
              part-year workers
956 8 0.8 914 7 0.8 14 0 (B) 28 1 (B)
          Two or more FTYR and at least one
              part-time or part-year worker
183 0 0.0 133 0 0.0 29 0 (B) 21 0 (B)
 
In families with part-time or part-year workers (16)
1,280 219 17.1 1,092 169 15.5 60 15 (B) 127 35 27.8
      One part-time or part-year worker 1,022 191 18.7 861 143 16.6 52 15 (B) 108 34 31.4
      Two or more part-time or part-year workers 258 28 10.7 231 26 11.3 8 0 (B) 19 1 (B)

Poverty Footnotes

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