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The remainder of this chapter presents the results of the analyses and my interpretations of those findings. Because of the nature of the model used in this analysis, these transitions will be reported relative to some other situation. 10 To avoid confusion, I consider each transition separately. I use a multinomial regression model, the results of which can be difficult to interpret (since the coefficients represent logged odds). As an alternative, I present predicted probabilities. In statistical terms, the Year(s) measured Race Dummy variable equal to 1 if respondent is African American (0 = white) 1997 Age Three dummy variables of ranges 18–24 (omitted), 25–34, 35 or older 1997 Number of children Number of minor-aged, care-given children living with the respondent 1997 Increase in number of children Dummy variable indicating that the number of children in the household in 2003 was greater than the number in 1997 2003 Married Three sets of dummy variables indicating whether the respondent was married Constructed using in 1) one or two of the survey waves or 2) three or more of the survey waves.

On the other hand, the assumption of full-time and full-year work is not the reality for the average woman in the sample. 3). Over time, a small, but growing, proportion of WES respondents went without earnings from employment and without cash assistance. 1 percent of respondents were without work and cash welfare for at least 25 percent of the 79 months covered by the study. 3 Number of Months Worked among WES Workers 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1997 1998 1999 NOTE: The years shown represent the five survey periods.

7 percent started in a povertywage job and moved into a higher-paying position. Thirteen percent of those working at the start were not employed in the 12 months prior to the 2003 interview. 1 percent, both began and ended in jobs paying above-poverty wages. 3 percent) moved from above-poverty wages to a poverty-level job. A similar proportion worked in jobs with above-poverty wages at the start of the study but were not employed at all in 2003. 05 an hour or less in 2003. SOURCE: Author’s tabulations from WES data.

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