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Evidence Scan of Work Experience Programs

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This report presents evidence on the effectiveness of interventions that include work experience as a strategy to improve employment outcomes for people with barriers to employment.

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  • Samina Sattar, "undated". "Evidence Scan of Work Experience Programs," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 685b2a650bdf4437b1de31c2e, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:685b2a650bdf4437b1de31c2e1c9c173
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