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Annual Social and Economic (ASEC) Supplement


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POV08: Families With Related Children Under 6 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 200% of poverty (5) Percentage below 200% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 200% of poverty (5) Percentage below 200% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 200% of poverty (5) Percentage below 200% of poverty (6) All income levels Below 200% of poverty (5) Percentage below 200% of poverty (6)

All races
Families, total (10)
(Counts of families are obtained
by counting the householder from each family.)
17,277 7,635 44.2 11,853 3,586 30.3 1,223 718 58.7 4,201 3,332 79.3
 
Families with no workers (16)
1,432 1,390 97.1 259 242 93.6 141 132 93.8 1,033 1,016 98.4
Families with at least one worker (16) 15,845 6,245 39.4 11,594 3,343 28.8 1,083 586 54.1 3,169 2,316 73.1
      Only one working family member 7,465 4,540 60.8 3,975 1,987 50.0 879 507 57.6 2,611 2,046 78.4
      Two or more working family members 8,380 1,705 20.3 7,619 1,356 17.8 204 79 39.0 558 270 48.3
 
Families with no members working full-time
  year-round (FTYR) (16)
4,764 4,012 84.2 1,830 1,310 71.6 488 411 84.1 2,446 2,291 93.7
      No part-time or part-year workers 1,432 1,390 97.1 259 242 93.6 141 132 93.8 1,033 1,016 98.4
      At least one part-time or part-year worker 3,332 2,622 78.7 1,571 1,068 68.0 348 279 80.1 1,413 1,275 90.2
          One part-time or part-year worker 2,489 2,144 86.1 848 690 81.4 324 261 80.4 1,317 1,194 90.6
          Two or more part-time or part-year workers 842 477 56.7 723 378 52.3 24 18 (B) 96 81 84.9
Families with at least one member who
  worked FTYR (16)
12,514 3,623 29.0 10,023 2,275 22.7 735 307 41.8 1,756 1,041 59.3
      One full-time year-round worker 8,596 3,284 38.2 6,410 1,998 31.2 642 289 45.0 1,545 997 64.6
          One FTYR and no part-time or part-year
              workers
4,975 2,396 48.2 3,127 1,297 41.5 555 246 44.3 1,293 852 65.9
          One FTYR and at least one part-time
              or part-year worker
3,620 888 24.5 3,282 700 21.3 87 43 49.5 251 145 57.7
      Two or more full-time year-round workers 3,918 339 8.7 3,614 277 7.7 93 18 19.8 211 43 20.5
          Two or more FTYR and no part-time or
              part-year workers
3,402 260 7.6 3,212 224 7.0 60 12 (B) 130 24 18.2
          Two or more FTYR and at least one
              part-time or part-year worker
515 79 15.4 402 54 13.4 33 6 (B) 81 20 24.2
 
Families with part-time or part-year workers (16)
7,467 3,590 48.1 5,255 1,822 34.7 468 328 70.1 1,745 1,440 82.5
      One part-time or part-year worker 6,192 2,981 48.1 4,206 1,354 32.2 412 298 72.4 1,574 1,329 84.4
      Two or more part-time or part-year workers 1,275 609 47.7 1,049 468 44.7 55 30 (B) 171 111 64.7

Poverty Footnotes

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