December 09, 2009 (The Editor’s Desk is updated each business day.)
Hours spent on childcare by mothers and fathers, 2003–07
|Type of childcare and day||Coupled mothers||Single mothers||Coupled fathers|
|With youngest child under age 1||With youngest child aged 1–12||With youngest child under age 1||With youngest child aged 1–12||With youngest child under age 1||With youngest child aged 1–12|
Total childcare, weekdays
Total childcare, weekend days
These data featured in the TED article, Hours spent on childcare by mothers and fathers, 2003–07.
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