Participation and Employment Dynamics of child Care Subsidy Users in Rural and Urban Oregon. Working Paper by Elizabeth E. Davis, Deana Grobe, and Roberta B. Weber of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center. February, 2007.

Participation and Employment Dynamics of child Care Subsidy Users in Rural and Urban Oregon. Working Paper by Elizabeth E. Davis, Deana Grobe, and Roberta B. Weber of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center. February, 2007.

Participation and Employment Dynamics of child Care Subsidy Users in Rural and Urban Oregon

Differences in the local economies and poverty rates of rural areas suggest that there would be rural-urban differences in the use of public programs such as child care subsidies and food stamps that are designed to support working low-income families. The authors of this study, Elizabeth E. Davis, Deana Grobe, and Roberta B. Weber of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center, analyze employment and program participation dynamics for rural and urban families in the Oregon child care subsidy program.

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