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BACKGROUND Difficulties with work-family reconciliation contribute to explaining the low participation of women in the labour market and low fertility levels in several developed countries. Understanding how much different types of childcare can help mothers to balance family and work is crucial for implementing ad hoc policies. OBJECTIVE This study examines whether working mothers' satisfaction with work-family balance is associated with different combinations of paid and unpaid childcaredoi:10.4054/demres.2020.42.19 fatcat:pdhi6jckurd3hbdqfwtlcpzyiu