A random assignment study of a welfare-to-work program for recipients with work-limiting medical and mental health conditions shows that participants had increased employment and decreased welfare payments.
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Title: Employment Retention and Advancement Project: Results from the Personal Roads to Individual Development and Employment (PRIDE) Program in New York City
Publication date 2007-07-01
Publication Year 2007
, Dan Bloom
, Cynthia Miller
North America / United States (Northeastern) / New York / New York County / New York City
, random assignment
, control group
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