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1996……………………………

1997……………………………

1998……………………………

1999……………………………

2000……………………………

2001……………………………

2002……………………………

73.5

2003……………………………

74.2

2004……………………………

73.1

2005……………………………

74.9

2006……………………………

75.6

2007……………………………

75.8

2008……………………………

77.1

2009……………………………

77.3

68.5

94.8

48.7

70.9

95.1

52.3

71.3

94.9

53.0

71.2

95.9

52.1

72.5

95.7

54.5

72.2

95.2

53.8

94.8

56.3

73.1

94.8

56.1

93.4

58.5

71.9

94.9

53.4

93.8

56.0

70.6

94.8

51.2

94.0

59.3

70.6

95.4

50.9

94.8

59.9

71.7

95.6

52.7

94.8

59.9

72.9

96.1

53.0

94.3

61.9

72.7

95.5

53.0

95.4

61.4

72.4

94.9

53.1

With children under 3 years

Women

With children under 6 years

Table 9. Labor force participation rates by presence and age of youngest child, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, 1996–2009 annual averages—Continued

(Percent)

Year

Total

Asian

Men

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Women Total

Men

1996……………………………

1997……………………………

1998……………………………

1999……………………………

2000……………………………

2001……………………………

2002……………………………

72.1

2003……………………………

73.0

2004……………………………

70.2

95.4 94.5 93.8

53.5 55.1 50.4

66.2 68.6 69.5 68.8

94.6 94.6 95.0 96.2

44.7 48.0 48.9 47.4

70.4 69.7 70.3 69.5 68.2

96.2 95.3 95.1 95.2 95.2

50.0 48.7 50.3 47.9 46.0

92.9 94.2 94.2 94.4 95.9

55.8 56.8 56.2 59.5 58.2

67.7 69.5 69.9 70.3 70.0

96.0 95.9 96.0 95.9 94.4

45.0 48.6 47.6 47.9 49.1

2005……………………………

72.4

2006……………………………

73.4

2007……………………………

73.6

2008……………………………

75.9

2009……………………………

76.1

NOTE: Beginning in 2003, estimates for White, Black or African American, and Asian race groups include people who selected that race group only; previously, those respondents with a multiracial background were included in the group they identified as the main race. Asian estimates for 2000–02 include Asian and Pacific Islanders; beginning in 2003, Asians are a separate category. People whose ethnicity is identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race. Children are "own" children and include sons, daughters, stepchildren, and adopted children. Not included are nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and other related and unrelated children. Dash indicates data not available.

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