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Author/s:  Ranita Jain, Maureen Conway and Vickie Choitz
Publisher/s:  WSI at the Aspen Institute
Published:  2015 in United States of America
ISBN:  0-89843-634-6

Connecting Young Adults to Employment

Results from a National Survey of Service Providers

This paper highlights the results of an AspenWSI survey of organizations that provide services to young adults

(ages 18–29) to connect them to employment. The respondents offered valuable insights on, among other things; what is considered a positive employment outcome for young adult clients; and expectations for, as well as challenges in, connecting young adults to positive employment


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