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Within the private service sector, the telecommunications industry-- the core of the post-industrial, high-technology, information industry--has been the exception to the rule of low pay for female-dominated work.
Unnecessary Losses concludes that the costs to workers and taxpayers of the current lack of national policy are many times greater than the cost to business of having a national policy.
The U.S. economy is undergoing a major change in the way labor is used and people are employed.
This paper has several goals: to describe, for the United States, the universe of working parents and their children; to note the differences and similarities among these parents and children, based on family structure
This briefing paper presents a comparison of the impact on family income of two currently proposed bills that increase tax credits for low-income working families with children: S.5 in the U.S. Senate, the Act for Better Child Care, and H.R.3 in the House of Representatives, the Early Childhood Education and Development Act.