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Families & Living Arrangements Working Papers

Working papers are intended to make results of Census Bureau research available to others and to encourage discussion on a variety of topics. They have not undergone a review and editorial process generally accorded official Census Bureau publications.

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Working Paper
Family Pies: Effects of Family Resource Shares in Childhood
Effects of birth order on various outcomes have been extensively studied in both life sciences and social sciences.

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Implementation of the Revised Relationship to Householder Item
This paper evaluates the results of the implementation of the updated relationship to householder item.

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2022 ACS Content Test: Round 3 Cognitive Testing Results
This report summarizes results from Round 3 of cognitive testing, which gathered feedback from individuals in groups quarters facilities and Puerto Rico.

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2022 ACS Content Test: Round 1 and Round 2 Cognitive Testing Results
This report summarizes results from two rounds of cognitive testing for the 2022 ACS Content Test.

Working Paper
The New Great Migration and Black Marriage Trends in the South
Using data from the ACS, this study examines whether the percentage of college-educated Black adults in southern MSAs is associated with marriage prevalence.

Working Paper
Leave Usage Following a First Birth Among Men in the United States
This paper uses SIPP data to describe patterns of leave usage among men over time and model factors associated with the likelihood of men to take leave.

Working Paper
Parental Veteran Status and Poverty among U.S. Children
This poster uses the 2019 CPS ASEC to examine how coresidence with a veteran parent is associated with the chances that children live in or near poverty.

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Evaluation of the Reintroduced Parental Leave Content in the 2019 SIPP
The purpose of this paper is to note basic distributions and corresponding allocation rates for the parental leave content in 2019.

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