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Selected characteristics of youth, older workers, and displaced homemakers, FY 1982

Selected characteristics of youth, older workers, and displaced homemakers, FY 1982

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Published by West Virginia Dept. of Employment Security, Labor and Economic Research Section in Charleston, W. Va. (112 California Ave., Charleston 25305) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Working class -- West Virginia -- Statistics.,
    • Youth with social disabilities -- Employment -- West Virginia -- Statistics.,
    • Older people -- Employment -- West Virginia -- Statistics.,
    • Displaced homemakers -- Employment -- West Virginia -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[prepared by Labor and Economic Research Section].
      GenreStatistics.
      ContributionsWest Virginia. Dept. of Employment Security. Labor and Economic Research Section.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8083.W4 S44 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 27 p. ;
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3143237M
      LC Control Number82620686

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9/28/Conference report filed in House. handicapped, women, single parents, displaced homemakers, youth, older workers lacking educational credentials, and public assistance recipients).

Directs the Secretary to establish: (1) a comprehensive program of employment and training research; and (2) a program of experimental, developmental.

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Rept. ) Job Training Partnership Act - Sets forth the purposes of this Act: (1) to establish programs to prepare youth and unskilled adults for entry into the labor force; and (2) to afford job training to economically disadvantaged and other individuals facing serious barriers to employment.

procured through a State of Montana block grant from the Displaced Homemakers program. The study had three purposes. The first was to describe the outcomes related to self-esteem, locus of control attitudes, and depth process established by the students at the Lincoln County Campus in the Ready, Set, Go.

program. The second was to study and. Similarly, evidence suggests that children and youth exposed to witnessing of violent and traumatic events in the home including Domestic Violence (DV) or Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and/or in.

Of the million displaced homemakers under a full 30 percent were fifty-five to sixty-four years old (Outtz, ). Few women of any race over 65 participate in the labor force, though that will no doubt change if Social Security work requirements change as the baby boom ages.

The growing population of "displaced homemakers" is being helped by vocational adjustment counseling and training programs established with federal and state aid through the efforts of the. This paper presents the early findings of a 2-year process study of the implementation of Titles IIA and III of the Job Training Partnership ACT (JTPA.

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There areindividuals that are considered low-income, as defined by earning less than % of the federal poverty level wage ( American Community.

Individuals with barriers to employment may include, but are not limited to, those who have limited English-language proficiency, or are displaced homemakers, school dropouts, teenage parents, handicapped, older workers, veterans, offenders, alcoholics, or addicts.

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Of the 6, displaced homemakers, 1, (22 percent) received job search assistance or pre-employment skills training. It does not appear, from the above statistics regarding nonoccupational training to address math and reading skills deficiencies and barriers to employment, that the JTPA program is adequately addressing those participant needs.

students entering higher education in increasing numbers, embody their own distinctive characteristics and problems which do not necessarily reflect the majority of female reentry students. Displaced homemakers are characterized as being 27 years of age or older, having been primarily homemakers.

Policies related to displaced homemakers, nontraditional training for low-income individuals, older workers, low-income individuals, disabled individuals and others with multiple barriers to employment and training; DWS’ WIA Policies and Procedures provide for equal access and comparable service to these distinctive groups.

This paper estimates the percentage of women ages who were potentially eligible for the displaced homemakers program under the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of In addition, the paper describes the work experience, skills, and family circumstances of the potentially eligible population.

(Michigan League for Human Services, Kids Count in Michigan Data Book. Lansing, MI.). Displaced homemakers, women who primarily are homemakers whose incomes are disrupted by divorce or separation, the death, long-term disability or unemployment of a spouse, or the loss of public assistance, number between million nationally.

It has grown from $ million in FYwhen four of nine lines of credit, totaling $, went to women-owned firms, to over $ million in FYwhen 22 of 58 lines of credit went to such firms, totaling $ million. funds job training and employment services for dislocated workers, including displaced homemakers.

Displaced. Public service employment (PSE) programs in the United States have had a checkered history, and interest in their use for countercyclical and structural purposes has had cycles as well. This section provides a review of the U.S. experience with these programs, emphasizing the use of PSE for disadvantaged groups rather than for the general population.

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