2 edition of economic plight of America"s young families found in the catalog.
economic plight of America"s young families
Clifford M. Johnson
|Other titles||Vanishing dreams|
|Statement||by Clifford M. Johnson, Andrew M. Sum, James D. Weill.|
|Contributions||Sum, Andrew., Weill, James D., Children"s Defense Fund (U.S.), Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Center for Labor Market Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HQ536 .J63x 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
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The economic plight of America's young families: an update of CDF's Vanishing dreams report Author: Clifford M Johnson ; Andrew Sum ; James D Weill ; Children's Defense Fund (U.S.) ; Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.).
Get this from a library. Vanishing dreams: the growing economic plight of America's young families. [Clifford M Johnson; Andrew Sum; James D Weill; Children's Defense Fund (U.S.); Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.).
Center for Labor Market Studies.] -- Analyzes the widening economic gaps between young families with and without children, between young families headed by persons with. This book is a genealogical history of the Young family, coming from the Highlands of Scotland, settling here in the United States, and being Patriots in the Revolutionary War.
They came into the Philadelphia area, and much of the family settled in Morristown, New Jersey, where General George Washington had a camp in that area.5/5(1). The following sets of economic data are updated: (1) earnings of family heads; (2) young family incomes; and (3) poverty rates.
The findings of this report indicate that where the situation did improve from toit improved very little, and that in some important respects the situation worsened.
Volume II considers how time and money are shared among family members and what impact this distribution of resources has on occupations, technology, and markets. The text scrutinizes the factors that drive family formation and dissolution, control population in countries all over the world, and contribute to a family's well-being and : Hardcover.
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