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The Study Question
The National Study
Orientation to Work and Family
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16 hours able afford assess availability of childcare barrier better career cent Chapter child-rearing childcare availability childcare costs childcare disregard childcare sources cial claim Family Credit consider cost and availability cost of childcare Cynth daughter decision depth interview earnings employment enter entry favour feel felt final income financial incentive form of childcare formal childcare friends full-time half holidays hours each week Housing Benefit in-work benefits in-work costs Income Support informal sources issue job scenarios job vacancy kids labour market less lone mothers lone parent families lone parenthood look Marsh minder motivation National Survey never-partnered number of hours nursery offer orientation out-of-work lone parents paid part-time partner paying for childcare preferred problems registered childminder respondents role scheme school hours seeking social source of childcare stay Steph suitable childcare term-time tion wage rates women workers year-old youngest child