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Improving the Outcomes of Youth with Medical Limitations Through Comprehensive Training and Employment Services: Evidence from the National Job Corps Study

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  • Heinrich Hock
  • Dara Lee Luca
  • Tim Kautz
  • David Stapleton

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Analysis of National Job Corps Study data shows larger earning impacts for youth with medical limitations compared to others, and a reduced reliance on disability benefits. The Job Corps program warrants greater attention as an option for improving the adult outcomes of youth with disabilities.

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  • Heinrich Hock & Dara Lee Luca & Tim Kautz & David Stapleton, "undated". "Improving the Outcomes of Youth with Medical Limitations Through Comprehensive Training and Employment Services: Evidence from the National Job Corps Study," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 00b09009914b4c9986a85fe3e, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    Youth with disabilities; job training; employment services; transition to work; Job Corps;

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