Most King County parents say they cope “very well” with child rearing.
In 2011, parents of children younger than 18 years old were asked how well they coped with the challenges of parenting.
60% of King County parents reported coping “very well” with child rearing.
- There were no significant differences in coping by age of child or by region of the county.
Coping very well with child rearing was not related to any of the following parental characteristics: age, race/ethnicity, gender, country of birth, 1st language, income, education, employment, relationship status, or health (data not shown).
- Child Care
- Child Care: Notes & Sources
- Birth to 5 Years
- 6 to 14 Years
- Employment Benefits
- Employment Benefits: Notes & Sources
- Standard Benefits
- On-Site Child Care
- Child Rearing
- Reading/Telling Stories