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Finding the Time: Challenges Facing Working Families Heather Boushey Center for Economic and Policy Research 16 June 2006
Figure 1. Labor supply of men and women, age 20 and over
Figure 2. Annual hours of work in married families in middle fifth of income distribution, 1979 & 2000 Source: Mishel, Bernstein, and Allegretto, 2004.
Figure 3. Growth in inflation-adjusted family income Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Historical Income Tables, Tables F1 & F5
Figure 4. Percent change in income without wives earnings, Source: Mishel, Bernstein, and Allegretto, 2004.
Figure 5. The two-income trap Source: Warren and Tyagi, The Two-Income Trap, p. 51.
Figure 6. The effect of children on womens employment is not increasing Source: Boushey, Notes: Sample is women aged 25 to 45.
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