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The new economy and child care: Nonstandard-hour work, child care, and child health and well-being

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We combined two approaches to study the intersection of nonstandard-hour work schedules, child care, and child health and well-being: 1. Research on young children using data from the Fragile Families Child Well-Being Study (FFCWS) 2. A survey of all state child care and U.S. territory administrators as well as in-depth follow-up with select survey respondents (author abstract)
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United States

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