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Women Who Head Families A socioeconomic Analysis March 1975
Students Graduates and Dropouts in the Labor Market October 1976
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age group average black males black teenagers black women black youth Bureau of Labor Census chart chil child child-care arrangements children under age costs Current Population Survey David Shapiro decline dren dropouts earnings economic employed employment ratio employment-population ratio families maintained family income female ﬁrst force participation rate higher increased Jacob Mincer labor force participation labor market LABOR REVIEW October March married mothers ment minimum wage MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW Mother in labor never-married number of children Numbers in thousands nursery school Ohio State University one-parent families parents pattern Paul Osterman percent percentage points ployment poverty threshold preschool programs race recession reﬂect relative Report Research REVIEW October 1979 Richard Freeman Robert Flanagan school enrollment signiﬁcant signiﬁcantly speciﬁc Table Teenage Unemployment teens tion trends two-parent families unem unemployed unemployment rates White Black white males workers young adults young black young women Youth Unemployment