Children age birth to 17 with all available parents in the labor force in South Dakota

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Children age birth to 17 with all available parents in the labor force

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Note: Non-consecutive years appear adjacent in the trend line
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Definitions: Estimated number and percent of children age birth to 17 with all parents in the labor force. 

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-year estimates, Table B23008

Footnotes: UPDATED - December 2022
NA - Estimates are suppressed when unreliable or the relative standard error is greater than 30%.
GEOGRAPHY - Data reflect the child’s place of residence. 
DATE - ACS data reflect a 5-year pooled estimate. That is, the estimate is the result of data being continuously collected nearly every day for five years. 
LIMITATIONS - Characteristics for geographic areas experiencing dynamic change due to things such as an environmental catastrophe (e.g., flood) or a plant closing will be mitigated since these estimates cover five calendar years of data. Caution is needed when using the multiyear estimates for estimating year-to-year change in a particular characteristic. This is because four of the five years in the 5-year estimate overlap with the next year’s estimate. Ideally, trend analysis with multiyear estimates should be done using estimates from non-overlapping periods (e.g., 2006-2010 and 2011-2015).

 
Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented in a margin of error. Estimates are considered unreliable. For reliable estimates, margins of error corresponding to a 90 percent confidence interval for each estimate can be found at Children age birth to 17 with all available parents in the labor force.