Children under age 9 with a parent working full time and family income at/above 200% of the Federal Poverty Line (percent) by race/ethnicity

Share of children under age 9 with at least one parent (living in the home) who works full time and full year and have family income at or above 200% of the Federal Poverty Line, for each specified race/ethnicity category.

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Last Updated January 18, 2020
Year(s) Data available for 2012 & 2017.
Source

U.S. Census Bureau Special Tabulations using American Community Survey, 1-year estimates.

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http://diversitydatakids.org/research-library/data-visualization/what-does-economically-secure-children-really-mean

Notes

This indicator measures the employment status of parents living in the household with their children. Children in households with no parents are coded as not having at least one parent with year-round, full-time employment. A parent is considered to work year round if they worked at least 50 weeks. A parent is consider to work full time if they usually work at least 35 hours per week.

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