Child Care

The Census Bureau estimates that in 2011, about 20.4 million children under age five were being cared for regularly by someone other than a family member. This is the most recent data the Census Bureau has that is specific to child-care arrangements in the United States. These are the kinds of arrangements providing care for these children:  

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