Public Service Employment : CETA Program Models
Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, 1978 - Manpower policy - 25 pages
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activities additional Administration agencies allocation alternative approach appropriate areas assistance become benefit Careers CETA title clients consideration countercyclical countercyclical model created Department determined Dimension disadvantaged economic effect effort Emergency emphasis employability development employed employees employment and training enrollment example existing experience Federal funds goal hiring implementation important improved income increase individual intent job creation labor least less limited maintenance major Manpower meet ment necessary needs objectives occupational older workers Operation opportunities organized participants percent permanent persons planning positions possible prime sponsors priority problems projects Public Employment Program public job public sector public service employment regular regulations requirements role selected served service employment program situation skills slots specific structural targeting subsidized substitution supportive services target group term title II training programs transition types unemployed wage Washington Youth