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Chart 4 Parents are most likely to be involved in sports if the father is employed full-time and the mother is employed part-timeThis chart shows vertical bars for mothers and fathers in two-parent families for four combinations of labour force activities: both parents employed full-time; father employed full-time and mother part-time; father employed full-time and mother not employed; and other parental labour force activity combinations of two-parent families. Each bar shows the percentage of parents who are involved in sports. Sports involvement of parents includes: playing sports, coaching, refereeing, sports club or league membership, sports administration or watching amateur sports. The data show that parents are most likely to be involved in sports if the father is employed full-time and the mother is employed part-time.
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