Definition of childcare
: the care of children especially as a service while parents are working Erratic week-to-week work schedules make it nearly impossible to manage a personal budget or secure childcare. — David Dayen
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Woods, the childcare director, said the agency has instituted new checks to ensure more consistent decisions.
Free, includes dinner and childcare with registration.
A Boston College study out this week found most dads (66%) believe childcare should be evenly divided.
Just that the nurture-nature debate doesn't just apply to childcare.
Childcare and Spanish translation services will be provided.
Corbyn also vowed to scrap university tuition fees, raise the minimum wage and provide free childcare to infants.
A recent study by the Center for American Progress found that Illinois Latinos are disproportionately affected by a nationwide shortage of childcare options for children under 5, especially in Chicagoland.
Since 1965, fathers have taken on a much greater share of childcare and housework responsibilities as more women took on paid work, other Labor Department data show.
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