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Annual Social and Economic (ASEC) Supplement


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POV07: Families With Related Children Under 18 by Number of Working Family Members and Family Structure: 2010

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2011 Annual Social and Economic Supplement.

(Numbers in thousands)

  Families (total) (10) Married-couple families (11) Families with a male householder, no wife present 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)

All races
Families, total (10)
(Counts of families are obtained
by counting the householder from each family.)
38,274 6,997 18.3 25,485 2,242 8.8 2,753 667 24.2 10,036 4,089 40.7
 
Families with no workers (16)
3,057 2,474 80.9 608 420 69.0 347 255 73.6 2,103 1,799 85.6
Families with at least one worker (16) 35,216 4,523 12.8 24,877 1,822 7.3 2,406 411 17.1 7,933 2,289 28.9
      Only one working family member 15,274 3,795 24.8 7,127 1,338 18.8 1,859 360 19.4 6,289 2,096 33.3
      Two or more working family members 19,942 728 3.6 17,750 484 2.7 547 51 9.3 1,644 193 11.8
 
Families with no members working full-time
  year-round (FTYR) (16)
9,728 5,364 55.1 3,655 1,392 38.1 1,014 529 52.2 5,059 3,443 68.0
      No part-time or part-year workers 3,057 2,474 80.9 608 420 69.0 347 255 73.6 2,103 1,799 85.6
      At least one part-time or part-year worker 6,671 2,890 43.3 3,047 973 31.9 667 274 41.0 2,956 1,643 55.6
          One part-time or part-year worker 4,774 2,513 52.6 1,533 723 47.2 595 251 42.1 2,646 1,539 58.2
          Two or more part-time or part-year workers 1,897 377 19.9 1,514 250 16.5 72 23 (B) 311 104 33.5
Families with at least one member who
  worked FTYR (16)
28,545 1,633 5.7 21,830 850 3.9 1,739 137 7.9 4,977 646 13.0
      One full-time year-round worker 19,020 1,572 8.3 13,034 816 6.3 1,522 131 8.6 4,464 626 14.0
          One FTYR and no part-time or part-year
              workers
10,500 1,282 12.2 5,594 616 11.0 1,263 110 8.7 3,643 557 15.3
          One FTYR and at least one part-time
              or part-year worker
8,520 290 3.4 7,440 200 2.7 259 21 8.3 821 69 8.4
      Two or more full-time year-round workers 9,525 61 0.6 8,796 34 0.4 217 6 2.9 513 20 4.0
          Two or more FTYR and no part-time or
              part-year workers
7,659 41 0.5 7,180 23 0.3 135 1 1.1 344 16 4.5
          Two or more FTYR and at least one
              part-time or part-year worker
1,866 20 1.1 1,616 11 0.7 82 5 5.9 169 5 2.7
 
Families with part-time or part-year workers (16)
17,057 3,200 18.8 12,103 1,183 9.8 1,008 300 29.8 3,946 1,717 43.5
      One part-time or part-year worker 13,367 2,775 20.8 9,068 904 10.0 856 272 31.7 3,443 1,600 46.5
      Two or more part-time or part-year workers 3,690 425 11.5 3,035 280 9.2 152 28 18.6 503 117 23.2

Poverty Footnotes

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division: Poverty |  Last Revised: January 14, 2013