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child care, time allocation
education, returns, training, disability, Hollenbeck, Kimmel
child care, welfare, mothers, welfare reform, reform
time use, nonstandard work hours, caregiving
nonstandard work, shift work, child care choices, Powell, Kimmel
moonlighting, multiple job holding, business cycles, U.S.
time use, non-market time choices, family decision-making
labor supply, fertililty
motherhood wage gap, non-wage compensation, health insurance
experienced emotions, gender wage gap, child care, subjective well-being, time use, happiness
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