According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 92.8 percent of fathers with children under 18 were either working or looking for work in 2014.
In honor of Father's Day, we asked the working dads of the HuffPost Parents Facebook community for photos that capture their experience.
"Even when he is on a conference call, he still has time for the kids."
"This is my amazing hubby and father to our two kids. He gets up at 6 am every morning and feeds our baby and keeps him occupied whilst working, so that I can get an extra hour or two of sleep before our 5 year old gets up."
"Sometimes the goodbyes are hard but the welcome home is always amazing!"
"The future of IT"
"This is from last summer. Daddy spends 40 hours a week working in a truck shop. In his time off he works on cars at home for friends and neighbors. He has two little helpers this summer."
"My son with his dad on take your child to work day."
Althea Tuaño Aswani
"Papa was trying to work but not without interruptions"
"Worked the 12 hour night shift, came home and took the boy to the park -- yes, he might not get great sleep that day but he makes time."
"Somehow managing to get extra work done after hours"
"My husband was a U.S. Army recruiter, here is is working with our newborn..."
"Ballet practice on my day off"
"Being a working dad means quality time on the weekends watching the boy play football!"
Nick N Vanessa White
"Hard working, never complaining, anxious to be with us on the weekends"
Athina Marie Fascianella
"It means making the most of the moments they have together. My husband works full time and tutors numerous children in math. He shows our boys compassion and teaches them by example. Our boys couldn't ask for a better dad."
Laura Miller Haxton
"Daddy trying to finish up his work at home with twin 3-year-old daughters. Nice try daddy!!"