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ERIC Number: ED141605
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Jun
Reference Count: 0
Summaries of R & D Reports. No. 17.
Employment and Training Administration (DOL), Washington, DC.
These summaries of research and development reports are issued by the Employment and Training Administration, Department of Labor (DOL) and are designed to provide pertinent information about specific research and development (R&D) studies. Each of the 10 summaries includes availability and cost (where applicable), source of the report, completion date, contract number, subject of the report, title, abstract, and a file number. (The file number is part of a filing system organized by the major categories of employment and training operation: Planning and administration, applicant services, placement services, employer services, correction/legal, public employment programs, manpower economic and social policies, and special manpower research grants--not elsewhere classified.) Titles of the reports included are "Health Manpower Employment,""Youth in the WIN Program,""What Has Been Learned from the Work Incentive Program and Related Experiences: A Review of Research with Policy Implications,""The Impact of Work Tests on the Employment Behavior of Welfare Recipients,""The Implementation of CETA in Ohio,""Improving Employment Opportunities for Female Black Teenagers in New York City,""The Comparative Labor Market Role of Newspaper Help Wanted Ads and Public Employment Service Job Listings,""Back on the Street--From Prison to Poverty,""Rural Oriented R&D Projects Supported by ETA/USDL: A Review and Synthesis," and "Employment Service Management; Job Marching; Employer Services; Job Search; Public Employment; Job Placement." (SH)
Descriptors: Abstracts, Employment Problems, Employment Programs, Employment Services, Federal Programs, Health Personnel, Research Projects
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Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Employment and Training Administration (DOL), Washington, DC.