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November 1986, Vol. 109, No. 11
Work at home: new findings
from the Current Population Survey
In May 1985, more than 8 million Americans reported at least 8 hours per week of home-based work; services, ranging from consulting to child care, were the most common pursuits of persons working substantial numbers of hours at home.
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