NSDUH: Quantity and Frequency of Alcohol Use Among Underage Drinkers

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In 2006, admissions who were employed full time were more likely to report alcohol as the primary substance of abuse (58 percent) than admissions who were homemakers (35 percent), unemployed (39 percent), labor force dropouts (39 percent, or disables (46 percent). Admissions who were labor force dropouts were more than twice as likely as admissions who were employed full time to report daily use of their primary substance in the past month (56 vs. 26 percent). Admissions who were homemakers or who were employed full time were more likely to report entering treatment for the first time (59 and 57 percent, respectively) than admissions who were unemployed (40 percent), labor force dropouts (47 percent), or disabled (41 percent).



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Date Added: 05/01/08
Inventory #: NSDUH08-0331

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