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Economy: Children and young people have a safe and comfortable place to live, nutritious food and social recreational opportunities. Young people, especially the most vulnerable ones, have access to opportunities for decent work, to obtain income security, a transition to the employment world, alleviate poverty and facilitate growth and future opportunities.

52.1%

Children under 18 years below the poverty level by family type: all families [2012 - 2016]

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33.4%

Children and teenagers under 18 years below the poverty level by family type: married couples [2012 - 2016]

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69.6%

Children under 18 years below the poverty level by family type: monoparental, only mother [2012 - 2016]

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56.4%

Children under 18 years old below the poverty level [2012 - 2016]

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36.9%

Children under 18 years less than 50% below the poverty level. [2012 - 2016]

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57.3%

Children under 18 years less than 100% below the poverty level [2012 - 2016]

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64.7%

Children under 18 years less than 125% below the poverty level [2012 - 2016]

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$20,292

Median family income with children under 18 years old [2012 - 2016]

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8.3%

Married couples with children under 18 years which both parents were not in the labor field [2012 - 2016]

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17.8%

Monoparental families, male householder, with children under 18 years which father were not in the labor field [2012 - 2016]

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36.3%

Monoparental families, female householder, with children under 18 years which mother were not in the labor field [2012 - 2016]

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58.6%

Married couples with children under 18 years were both parents were in the labor force [2012 - 2016]

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49.1%

Married couples with children under 18 years were both parents were the labor force and employed [2012 - 2016]

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8.1%

Married couples with children under 18 years which both parents were in the labor force but only one was employed. [2012 - 2016]

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1.4%

Married couples with children under 18 years which both parents were in the labor force but both were unemployed [2012 - 2016]

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70.7%

Monoparental families, male householder, with children under 18 years which father was in the labor force and was employed [2012 - 2016]

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11.6%

Monoparental families, male householder, with children under 18 years which father was in the labor force, but unemployed [2012 - 2016]

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48.8%

Monoparental families, female householder, with children under 18 years were the mother is in the labor force and is employed [2012 - 2016]

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15.0%

Monoparental families, female householder, with children under 18 years which mother was in the labor force, but was unemployed. [2012 - 2016]

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2.4%

Teenagers between 16 and 19 years not attending school and unemployed [2012 - 2016]

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45.1%

Population below the poverty level [2012 - 2016]

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51.4%

Population between 18 and 24 years below poverty level [2012 - 2016]

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6.0%

Children and teenagers less than 18 years old with at least one parent not in the labor force or unemployed [2012 - 2016]

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$21,453

Median family income of grandparents living with their grandchildren and responsible for their needs [2012 - 2016]

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55.9%

Grandparents living with their grandchildren and responsible for their needs below the poverty level [2012 - 2016]

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$8,719

Median income in single female householder families with children under 18 years old [2012 - 2016]

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$38,046

Median income in married couples with children under 18 years old [2012 - 2016]

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$15,551

Median income in single male householder families with children under 18 years old [2012 - 2016]

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76.0%

Children between 0 and 5 years old below the poverty levels [2012 - 2016]

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57.1%

Children between 6 and 11 years old below poverty levels [2012 - 2016]

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53.4%

Children between 12 and 17 years old below the poverty levels [2012 - 2016]

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