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Who is providing for child care providers?: Part 2

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In a previous fact sheet, we described challenges that child care providers are facing during the pandemic. Providers had been experiencing pronounced difficulties paying for basic needs. We also found that this stress has been negatively affecting their emotional well-being. In our survey, one in four providers had at least one other job, and over 40% of reported that providing child care accounted for less than half of their income. In this fact sheet, we further describe the life of a child care provider. (author abstract)

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Fact Sheets & Briefs
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United States

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