Job Training Partnership Act: comments on H.R. 2039, the JTPA Amendments of 1989
William J. Gainer, United States. General Accounting Office, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor
United States General Accounting Office, 1989 - Business & Economics - 32 pages
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15 percent 2039 would require administrative and support administrative costs adult participants adults and youth AFDC assessment indicates bill career potential Committee COST LIMITATIONS data are needed data collection eligible population Employment Issues employment outcomes enrollment EXHIBIT funds hard-to-serve individuals higher and moderate higher or moderate increase intensity of training job placements job readiness group job search assistance Job Training Partnership Jobs Obtained jobs with career JTPA participants JTPA program labor market less job ready level of training limited work history low skill lower skill jobs lower skill occupational moderate skill training multiple barriers multiple employment barriers obtained jobs out-of-school youth participant characteristics participants who received program outcomes proposal recent work experience report on JTPA school dropouts SDAs service delivery areas skill Lower skill skill Moderate skill SUPPORT COSTS support service costs targeting requirements TARGETING THE HARD-TO-SERVE testimony Training Partnership Act training provided UNIFORM DEFINITIONS wages welfare dependency youth participants