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75.8% of US moms make or influence their households' banking, financial services, or retirement product purchases BURST MEDIA
20% of parents of children under 11 who do not let their children play with tablets in their homes say they would do so if there were more educational content A Computer in Every Classroom and a Tablet in Every Backpack?
54% of parents of children under 11 who let their children play with tablets in their homes say their children use the devices for educational purposes A Computer in Every Classroom and a Tablet in Every Backpack?
78% of parents of children under 11 who own tablets let their children play with the devices in their homes A Computer in Every Classroom and a Tablet in Every Backpack?
67% of US households with children include 2 married parents, down from 92% in 1960 The Rise of Single Fathers
50% of US parents with minor children living at home own a tablet, compared to 27% for non-parents Tablet Ownership 2013
74% of Americans believe the increasing number of women working for pay has made it harder for parents to raise children Breadwinner Moms
15% of mothers in two-parent households with children under 18 earn more than their husbands, up from 4% in 1960 Breadwinner Moms
The median income for households in which a married mother earns more than her husband is $80,000, compared to the national median of $57,100 for all families with children Breadwinner Moms
40% of US households with children under the age of 18 include mothers who are either the sole or primary source of income for the family, up from 11% in 1960 Breadwinner Moms
37% of fathers with children under age 17 believe the ideal situation for young children was to have a mother who does not work at all outside the home, down from 54% in 2009 Modern Parenthood | Pew Social
60% of two-parent households with children under 18 have two working parents Modern Parenthood | Pew Social