- Author:Jane Millar,Tess Ridge
- Publisher:Corporate Document Services (November 2001)
- Pages:248 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Start by marking Families, Poverty, Work And Care: A. .
by. Jane Millar, Tess Ridge. 1841234060 (ISBN13: 9781841234069).
Millar, J. and Ridge, T. (2001) Families, poverty, work and care: A.
Lone parent obligation: Destinations of single parents after Income Support.
Mooney, . Knight, . Moss, P. & Owen, C. (2001). Who Cares? Childminding in the 1990s. Beyond caring: The case for reforming the childcare and early years workforce. London: The Daycare Trust. Rawstrone, A. (2002).
The evidence highlights the pressure that disadvantage brings, making family life at times difficult and uncertain.
Working-poor parents lose eligibility for Medicaid in the typical state when their earnings reach just 61 percent of the poverty line. Low-Income Programs Have Modest Administrative Costs.
Skinner, C. (2005), ‘Coordination points: a hidden factor in reconciling work and family life’, Journal of Social Policy, 34, 1, 99–119. Recommend this journal.
44 . Moving (lone) parents into and supporting . Moving (lone) parents into and supporting employment. 1 In-work poverty and in-work benefits.
Families, Especially Low-Income Families, Can Benefit from Work-Family Supports. 4. Benefits to Children. Section I provides an overview of the paper’s purposes and approach. Section IV describes work-family policies at the federal, state, and local levels, and through employer action.
Low-income families also rely on side work and help from private charities when necessary.