Report: R.I. parent employment outpaces national average

PROVIDENCE - In Rhode Island, the third state in the union to adopt a paid family leave program, the rate of children aged six and under as well as between six and 17 with employed parents are higher than the national averages, per an issue brief published by R.I. Kids Count Monday. Nearly three-quarters (72…

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