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dc.contributor.authorStoltzfus, Eli R.
dc.description.abstractThe U.S. labor force includes many working mothers and working fathers with dependents and children in their care. These families often enlist help, such as daycare or eldercare, to balance family and work responsibilities. But many families find it challenging to pay for the high costs of care for dependents and children. That’s where benefits such as dependent care reimbursement accounts and workplace-funded childcare can prove helpful to working families. This issue of Beyond the Numbers takes a look at dependent care reimbursement accounts and workplace-funded childcare, and the rate of worker access to each of these benefits. The data show the employee access rates in 2014 for selected occupational and establishment characteristics for state and local government workers and for private industry workers.
dc.subjectworkplace-funded childcare
dc.subjectdependent care reimbursement accounts
dc.subjectemployee access
dc.titleAccess to Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts and Workplace-Funded Childcare
dc.description.legacydownloadsBLS_BTN_Access_to_dependent_care_reimbursement.pdf: 139 downloads, before Oct. 1, 2020.
local.authorAffiliationStoltzfus, Eli R.: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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