Oregon

Report

The Effects of a Mandate to Enter a Welfare-to-Work Program

November, 2000
Jean Knab, Johannes Bos, Daniel Friedlander, Joanna W. Weissman
Brief

Findings from the Employment Retention and Advancement Project

January, 2011

This 12-page practitioner brief examines the work, education, and training patterns of single parents in the national Employment Retention and Advancement Project, which evaluated strategies to promote employment stability among low-income workers. The findings support other research in underscoring the importance of changing jobs and of access to “good” jobs as strategies to help low-wage workers advance.

Report
November, 2010
Sonya Williams, Stephen Freedman

This report from the national Employment Retention and Advancement Project demonstrates that low-income single-parent and two-parent families have a roughly equivalent need for services to support employment retention and advancement and that this need does not differ substantially between men and women in two-parent families.

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