Leaving Welfare: Employment and Well-Being of Families that Left WElfare in the Post-Entitlement Age
AbstractAcs and Loprest pull together information from a host of leaver studies to provide a bottom line assessment of what was learned. They compare welfare leaver outcomes across geographic areas and the nation as a whole. This effort allows them to paint a comprehensive picture of the employment, income, and hardships families experience after leaving welfare.
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