Families’ job characteristics and economic self-sufficiency: Differences by income, race-ethnicity and nativity
Our article in the RSF issue "Low-Income Families in the Twenty-First Century: Effective Public Policy Responses"
Low-income, Black and Hispanic children get much less from their parents' jobs
A simple policy change to lift more than half a million children out of poverty and improve racial/ethnic equity
Fully including children in immigrant families and Hispanic children in this key anti-poverty program
More than half are Black or Hispanic
Three policy actions could reduce racial/ethnic inequities in accessing family and medical leave
Let’s design it to reduce child poverty equitably