Characteristics of the Low-income Population and Related Federal Programs: Selected Materials Assembled by the Staff of the Subcommittee on Low-Income Families, Joint Committee on the Economic Report
United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee, United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Economic Report. Subcommittee on Low-Income Families
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aged persons amount areas assets average beneficiaries benefits Bureau California cash Census characteristics child cities compared consumer costs counties couples covered December Department differences disabled distribution District earnings economic Education employment estimated excluded expenditures families family income farm Federal Federal Reserve Board head Health higher hospital household important included increased individuals institutions Island June kind less living low-income major Michigan million money income nonfarm nonmarried nonwhite North Carolina occupation old-age and survivors old-age assistance payments percent Percentage persons persons aged 65 population present programs proportion receipts received recipients rehabilitation relatives reported represent retirement rural sample Social Social Security Administration Source South Dakota spending units Statistics status survey survivors insurance TABLE tion Total units urban Virginia vocational Welfare West women workers
Halaman 35 - I960 monthly survey of the labor force, conducted for the Bureau of Labor Statistics by the Bureau of the Census through Its Current Population Survey.
Halaman 61 - United States," when used in a geographical sense, shall be deemed to mean the several States, the District of Columbia, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. (c) The terms "land or naval forces" and "land and naval forces" shall be deemed to include aviation units of such forces.
Halaman 12 - family," as used here, refers to a group of two or more persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption and residing together; all such persons are considered as members of one family.
Halaman 13 - At work"— those who did any work for pay or profit, or worked without pay for 15 hours or more on a family farm or business; or (b) "with a job but not at work" — those who did not work and were not looking for work but had a job or business from which they were temporarily absent because of vacation, illness, industrial dispute, bad weather, or lay-off with definite instructions to return to work within 30 days of lay-off.
Halaman i - Low-Income Families and Economic Stability" (materials on the problem of low-income families assembled by the staff of the Subcommittee on Low-Income Families), Senate Document 231, September 1950; reprinted from committee print of November 1949. "Low-Income Families...
Halaman 13 - ... members of the Armed Forces living off post or with their families on post (1,029,000 in March 1969).
Halaman 83 - States and public and other nonprofit organizations and agencies (1) for paying part of the cost of projects for research, demonstrations, training, and traineeships, and projects for the establishment of special facilities and services, which, in the judgment of the Secretary, hold promise of making a substantial contribution to the solution of vocational rehabilitation problems common to all or several States...
Halaman 14 - The estimating procedure used in this survey involved the inflation of the weighted sample results to independent estimates of the civilian noninstitutional population of the United States by age, race, and sex.
Halaman 12 - Thus, a widow living by herself or with one or more other persons not related to her, a lodger not related to the...