Less than Half of Working Poor Parents Have Access to Any Paid Leave

Brief

Less than Half of Working Poor Parents Have Access to Any Paid Leave

August 19, 2004

Abstract

This fast fact depicts how access to paid leave for working parents with incomes below the poverty line contrasts with access for higher-income working parents. Paid leave protects working parents if personal illness or a sick child forces them to stay home.

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