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Jobs First: Final report on Connecticut's welfare reform initiative: Executive summary

Resource Type: Executive Summary
Author(s): Bloom, Dan; Scrivener, Susan; Michalopoulos, Charles; Morris, Pamela A.; Hendra, Richard; Adams-Ciardullo, Diana; Walter, Johanna; Vargas, Wanda;
Date Issued: 2002
Publisher(s): MDRC
Description: A summary of a study of the welfare reform initiative, Job First program, imposing a statewide time limit on receipt of cash assistance and encouraging participation in employment-related services targeted toward quick job placement in Connecticut

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