CETA training programs: do they work for adults?
United States. Congressional Budget Office, United States. National Commission for Employment Policy
Congress of the United States, Congressional Budget Office, 1982 - Business & Economics - 96 pages
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1976 Current Population 1976 participants 24 years old absence of training Appendix Average Annual Earnings average earnings gain Average Number bias CETA program CETA training programs chronically low earnings classroom training comparison group members component of earnings CONTAMINATION PROPORTIONS Continuous Longitudinal Manpower Current Population Survey deviation from trend effect of CETA effect of training eligible entered CETA entered training Equation error component estimate the effect Estimates were derived federal Female CETA Participants female participants future earnings Hispanic ience indicate individual Social Security labor force participation length of training Longitudinal Manpower Survey Male CETA Participants male participants March 1976 Current non-minority obtained on-the-job training Orley Ashenfelter PARTICIPANTS AND COMPARISON past earnings trends percent persons over 24 post-program earnings gains pre-program dip previous employment experience sample serial correlation seven days Social Security earnings supplemented by individual Table Trends Estimates types of training U.S. Department week employed Westat