This executive summary highlights the main findings and conclusions from "Tuning In to Local Labor Markets: Findings From the Sectoral Employment Impact Study" -- the first random assignment evaluation of sector-focused training efforts. We studied three nonprofit organizations -- a community-based organization focused on medical and basic office skills in Boston, a social venture focused on information technology in the Bronx, and an employer-union partnership focused on healthcare, manufacturing and construction in Milwaukee -- and found that participants in these programs worked more, had higher earnings and found better jobs (as measured by hourly wages and access to benefits) than members of the control group.
The executive summary examines strategies used by the three organizations in the study, describes the people served, and outlines common elements that likely contributed to the programs success.
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Title: Tuning In to Local Labor Markets: Findings From the Sectoral Employment Impact Study, Executive Summary
Publication date 2010-07-01
Publication Year 2010
, Maureen Conway
, Joshua Freely
, Sheila Maguire
, Deena Schwartz
North America / United States
, study period
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