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Table 4 Family background and career-family sequence cluster membership

From: Becoming obese in young adulthood: the role of career-family pathways in the transition to adulthood for men and women

 UE-PUE-UC-CHCO-E-MUE-S-CHUE-M-CHCO-E-UCCO-E-SUE-S
Parental education
  < High school18.3721.318.3925.3919.667.794.228.59
 High school32.5742.9023.2641.7531.1829.9317.0331.96
 Some college27.2122.4424.9419.7624.8623.8419.6229.90
 4-year col.17.487.9539.579.2917.7035.0455.5926.12
 Missing4.375.403.843.806.603.413.543.44
Parental income
 Quartile 119.4626.427.9133.1220.2211.688.8616.15
 Quartile 220.1625.8516.5522.6419.2418.0010.3521.99
 Quartile 318.5719.0324.7012.5721.6323.8418.8019.93
 Quartile 416.488.5230.226.0214.8925.7938.4222.34
 Missing25.3220.1720.6225.6524.0220.6823.5719.59
Race
 White43.7936.9374.8225.5257.373.7268.8057.39
 Black29.8932.108.1556.8113.7610.7120.1622.68
 Hispanic25.3229.5515.8316.8828.2314.849.9518.21
 Other0.991.421.200.790.700.731.091.72
Family structure
 Both parents56.2138.3566.4328.5354.3559.3766.2145.70
 1 bio 1 step9.3317.0512.7113.7413.6214.849.1312.71
 Single parent30.0936.9317.7548.4326.8324.3321.8035.05
 Other4.377.673.129.295.201.462.866.53
  1. The career-family clusters are coded using a the following scheme: CO college education, E (stable) employed, UE unemployed or unstable employment, M married, UC unmarried cohabitation, S single, P = living in the parental home, CH = having (had) a child(ren)