A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics finds that, in a country where the number of children is declining, there’s a lot of work to be done.

The study, based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau, looked at what percentage of children between the ages of one and seven live in households where their parents are working.

They found that the rate of employment for all children in those households was almost identical to that for their parents.

This means that parents who work are much more likely to stay at home with their kids than parents who don’t work.

And as the study notes, the percentage of working parents in this group is also almost the same as the percentage in the overall population.

The results, the authors of the study write, are “deeply concerning.”

According to the study, there are three main causes for this decline in the number and percentage of parents who stay home with kids.

First, children who live with their parents for longer periods are more likely than their parents to have behavioral problems.

The study says the reasons behind this difference are not yet clear.

Second, there is a growing emphasis on more flexible schedules that make it more difficult for parents to find work, and third, parents who are less flexible and don’t have enough time to take care of their kids can be less successful in raising their children.

The authors of this study are calling on policymakers to take a “wait and see” approach to how much more flexible work schedules will make a difference in raising kids.

They also recommend that parents start taking a parenting class to better prepare them for the challenges of raising children without a job.

The American Academy on Monday called on the Trump administration to “review” the work of the Department of Labor and Congress to determine if a permanent moratorium on new regulations for new regulations could help address this issue.

“We have to find a way to have an educated workforce so that the economy works for everyone,” Dr. Scott Belsky, the chief executive officer of the AAP, told Vice News.

“We have the greatest number of high school dropouts in the world, and we need to start thinking about how to increase the number so that everyone gets ahead.”

This article has been updated to include more details from the A.A.P. report.

Tags: Categories: Philosophy