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Focus: Money (Two-Income Families) #586266

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 25, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jeff Madrick) Results of study on how much of a family's second income is used on employment-related expenses featured; drop in American purchasing power last year noted. [Study co-author Theadora OHMS - talks about economic trade-offs.] Scenes shown of New Jersey Johnson and Johnson subsidized day care center. [Johnson and Johnson worker Nancy WALKER - notes expense of child care.] [Johnson and Johnson vice president Chris KJELDSEN - comments on need for programs to support employees.] [Johnson and Johnson Elaine CATALANO - says company's day care center influenced her decision to work there.] Results given of study on the percentage of companies that offer full service programs to employees; discussion held about why so many women are working.

Madrick, Jeff;
Utley, Garrick

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