An evaluation of a retention and advancement program for recently employed welfare recipients shows modest increases in employment and large reductions in welfare receipt during the first two years of follow-up.
An evaluation of a job placement, retention, and advancement program for individuals receiving welfare showed some effects — but not consistent or large effects — on employment and retention outcomes during the first two years of follow-up.
How to Increase Involvement in Welfare-to-Work Activities
The Effect of Adding Services to the Self-Sufficiency Project’s Financial Incentives
Early Findings from the Self-Sufficiency Project’s Applicant Study
Early Implementation and Ethnographic Findings from the Project on Devolution and Urban Change
Two-Year Results of a Program to Reduce Poverty and Reform Welfare