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TitleFamily Structure and Family Formation among Low-Income Hispanics in the U.S.
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PublisherNational Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families
DateOctober 2014
Pages5 pp.
DescriptionThis research brief provides a national portrait of low-income Hispanic families in the U.S. using nationally-representative data to describe the relationship and childbearing histories of low-income Hispanic men and women aged 15 to 44. A distinction is made by nativity--i.e. born in the U.S. versus outside of the U.S.
Filed inEconomy > Economic profiles and data, Immigration > Economy and workforce
TopicsEconomy, Immigration
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Updated05/20/2015 12:39pm

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