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Primary child care arrangements of U.S. infants: Patterns of utilization by poverty status, family structure, maternal work status, maternal work schedule, and child care assistance

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An analysis of the child care arrangements of infants in the United States and variations in child care use by demographic characteristics, socioeconomic status, maternal work status and schedule, and child care assistance receipt, based on an analysis of data from the nationally representative Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort
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United States

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