How welfare recipients find jobs: a case study in New Jersey

Farnell, James E.; Pitzalis, Elaine
February 1978
Monthly Labor Review;Feb78, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p43
Academic Journal
Discusses findings of a survey by the Monmouth County, New Jersey Welfare Board, designed to assess the effectiveness of government programs in helping family assistance recipients find jobs. Survey of all adult clients in the Aid to Families with Dependent Children and Aid to Families of the Working Poor programs who had found jobs; Popularity of private means of job search; Occupation in which half the jobs were found through public means.


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