Table A.4.2
DistributionNote 1 of the school-age population (ages 5 to 24), by age group and by work activity of parents, Canada and jurisdictions, 2011

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Table A.4.2
Distribution of the school-age population (ages 5 to 24), by age group and by work activity of parents, Canada and jurisdictions, 2011
Table summary
This table displays the results of Distribution of the school-age population (ages 5 to 24) 2011, 5 to 24, 5 to 14, 15 to 19 and 20 to 24, calculated using percentage units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  2011
5 to 24 5 to 14 15 to 19 20 to 24
percentage
Canada  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 54 51 59 57
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 21 22 19 17
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 18 20 16 17
OtherNote 2 7 7 7 9
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 5417.4 2911.8 1514.3 991.2
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 65 61 69 68
Mostly part time 13 15 12 10
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 22 24 20 21
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 1590.8 775.7 505.3 309.8
Newfoundland and Labrador  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 61 59 64 62
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 15 16 13 13
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 17 18 16 18
OtherNote 2 7 7 6 8
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 75.8 39.7 21.4 14.7
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 55 49 62 66
Mostly part time 12 14 10 7
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 33 37 28 28
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 21.6 11.8 6.5 3.4
Prince Edward Island  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 66 67 66 65
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 19 18 21 16
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 12 12 11 14
OtherNote 2 3 3 3 4
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 23.5 12.4 7.2 4.0
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 76 77 76 74
Mostly part time 9 9 6 11
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 15 13 18 14
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 6.3 3.5 1.8 1.0
Nova Scotia  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 58 55 61 60
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 21 24 19 16
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 16 16 15 16
OtherNote 2 5 5 5 7
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 131.0 69.1 38.2 23.8
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 65 62 70 69
Mostly part time 13 15 13 10
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 22 24 18 21
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 46.6 24.5 14.3 7.8
New Brunswick  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 60 58 63 62
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 19 21 18 16
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 15 16 14 17
OtherNote 2 5 5 5 5
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 107.4 58.2 31.2 18.1
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 66 62 67 73
Mostly part time 11 12 9 8
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 24 25 23 19
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 34.4 18.4 11.0 5.0
Quebec  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 61 60 64 61
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 16 17 15 15
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 16 17 15 17
OtherNote 2 7 7 6 8
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 1158.1 625.0 329.8 203.2
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 70 67 73 71
Mostly part time 11 12 10 9
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 19 21 17 20
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 390.3 185.3 129.8 75.2
Ontario  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 55 52 58 56
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 19 21 18 17
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 19 20 17 18
OtherNote 2 7 7 7 9
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 2236.5 1171.1 617.6 447.8
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 63 59 67 67
Mostly part time 13 15 12 11
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 24 26 21 22
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 623.0 295.8 195.4 131.9
Manitoba  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 53 48 59 60
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 23 25 20 18
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 16 19 14 14
OtherNote 2 8 8 7 8
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 207.3 113.4 58.7 35.2
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 59 54 65 67
Mostly part time 13 14 12 11
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 28 33 23 21
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 63.0 34.0 18.8 10.2
Saskatchewan  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 56 51 63 63
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 23 25 20 17
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 15 16 12 13
OtherNote 2 6 7 5 7
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 168.2 96.5 48.0 23.8
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 63 59 68 69
Mostly part time 12 12 11 9
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 25 28 20 22
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 52.0 29.6 14.6 7.8
Alberta  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 49 43 56 57
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 26 29 24 20
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 20 23 15 16
OtherNote 2 5 5 5 6
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 616.9 353.6 168.2 95.0
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 70 66 74 75
Mostly part time 13 16 11 9
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 17 19 15 15
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 153.0 77.4 47.7 27.9
British Columbia  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 45 41 50 49
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 27 30 25 21
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 19 21 17 18
OtherNote 2 9 7 8 12
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 673.0 361.3 188.7 122.9
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 61 58 63 63
Mostly part time 17 20 16 14
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 22 22 21 23
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 193.3 91.5 63.4 38.5
Yukon  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 63 62 68 62
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 20 21 18 20
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 12 13 8 13
OtherNote 2 5 4 6 5
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 4.8 2.6 1.4 0.7
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 77 73 83 82
Mostly part time 10 14 6 0
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 13 14 12 15
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 2.1 1.1 0.6 0.4
Northwest Territories  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 63 59 70 67
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 13 14 12 11
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 17 20 13 13
OtherNote 2 7 7 6 9
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 7.4 4.2 2.1 1.1
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 67 62 70 71
Mostly part time 10 14 7 4
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 24 24 22 24
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 2.7 1.3 0.8 0.5
Nunavut  
Work activity, two-parent family 100 100 100 100
Both mostly full time 44 43 47 42
One mostly full time, other mostly part time 14 15 13 12
One mostly full time, other neither working for pay nor self-employed 25 26 22 23
OtherNote 2 18 16 18 23
Population, two-parent family (number in thousands) 7.5 4.8 1.8 0.9
Work activity, lone-parent family 100 100 100 100
Mostly full time 49 49 49 48
Mostly part time 16 17 15 13
Neither working for pay nor self-employed 35 34 35 39
Population, lone-parent family (number in thousands) 2.5 1.5 0.7 0.4
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