Recruiting, Placing, and Retaining the Hard-to-employ: A Study of Factors Influencing the Retention of Participants in a Concentrated Employment Program and in Their Subsequent Employment
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THE CONCENTRATED EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM INPERSPECTIVE
ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN
THE TARGET POPULATION
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aggregate demand ascertained attitudes average better binocular rivalry CEP completion CEP enrollees CEP experience CEP hires CEP job CEP office CEP placement CEP referrals Chapter characteristics coaches coefficients Columbus CEP Columbus Metropolitan Area Completer Dropout completers and dropouts correlation culture of poverty defer gratification demand disadvantaged earnings employed employers evaluation expected factors favorable follow-up interviews former CEP participants former participants Franklin County groups hard-core unemployed income increase indicate individual l=yes labor force labor market less locus of control manpower programs mean measures ment multiple regression negative non-CEP obtained occupations orientation program Orshansky percent percentage poor population positive post-program potential participants poverty poverty line pretest problems program success question queue theory reasons recent jobs regression analysis reported respondents scores significant skills social supervisors target area training programs types of jobs unem variables wage