Evaluation of the economic impact of the Job Corps Program

third follow-up report
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Job Corps (U.S.), Employment (Economic theory), Vocational education -- Economic aspects -- United S
Other titlesProject report, evaluation of the economic impact of the Job Corps Program
StatementCharles Mallar ... [et al.] ; Thomas Good, editor ; prepared by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. ; prepared for Office of Policy, Evaluation, and Research, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor
SeriesReport MEL -- 82-10
ContributionsMallar, Charles D, Good, Thomas, 1952-, United States. Employment and Training Administration. Office of Policy, Evaluation, and Research, Mathematica Policy Research, inc
The Physical Object
Paginationxxv, 281 p. :
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Open LibraryOL14924086M

This report presents data and findings on the economic impact of Job Corps on its participants and analyses of the program's benefits in relation to its costs.

Findings are based on postprogram experience of individuals enrolled in the Job Corps incompared to a group of disadvantaged youth not in the program.

The first three chapters introduce the report, review Cited by: Get this from a library. Evaluation of the economic impact of the Job Corps Program: third follow-up report.

[Charles D Mallar; Thomas Good; United States. Employment and Training Administration. Office of Policy, Evaluation, and Research.; Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.;]. Get this from a library. Evaluation of the economic impact of the Job Corps Program: third follow-up report. [Charles D Mallar; United States.

Employment and Training Administration. Office of Policy, Evaluation, and Research.; Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.;]. Full text of "ERIC ED Evaluation of the Economic Impact of the Job Corps Follow-up Report." See other formats.

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This report is the final in a series of project reports presenting impact and benefit-cost findings from this large-scale random assignment evaluation of Job Corps.1 The report serves two main purposes. First, it presents an additional year of earnings impacts to those presented inFile Size: KB.

A recent impact evaluation of Job Corps (" outcome study"), published in the December issue of the American Economic Review, is. 72 Economist Impact Evaluation jobs available on Apply to Economist, Analyst, Product Support and more. Job Corps The Job Corps program, established by the Economic Opportunity Act ofcurrently operates under the provisions of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of DOL administers Job Corps through a national office and six regional offices.

Private and public agencies under contract to DOL provide Job Corps services. The first, the National Job Corps Study: The Impacts of Job Corps on Participants' Employment and Related Outcomes (" outcome study"), measured the impact of Job Corps on participants.

Impact Findings from the National Job Corps Study by Peter Z. Schochet, John Burghardt and Sheena McConnell. Published in vol issue 5, pages of American Economic Review, DecemberAbstract: This paper presents findings from an experimental evaluation of Job C.

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states Currently, it is conducting an RCT of its Transitional Living program. Full text of "ERIC ED Assessments of Job Corps Performance and Impacts. Volume I. Program Evaluations. Volume I. Program Evaluations. Youth Knowledge Development Report Contract No.: K MPR Reference No.: National Job Corps Study: The Impacts of Job Corps on Participants’ Employment and Related.

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The National Job Corps Study, a randomized experiment—the “gold standard” of scientific research—assessed the impact of Job Corps on participants compared to similar individuals who did not participate in the program.

For a federal taxpayer investment of $25, per Job Corps participant, the study found. Compared to non-participants, Job Corp participants were less.

Downloadable. This paper presents findings from an experimental evaluation of Job Corps, the nation’s largest training program for disadvantaged youths. The study used survey data collected over four years, as well as tax data collected over nine years, for a nationwide sample of 15, treatments and controls.

Effectiveness data on Job Corps is available from the impact evaluation part of the National Job Corps Study by Schochet et al. (), funded by the. Job Corps is a program administered by the United States Department of Labor that offers free-of-charge education and vocational training to young men and women ages 16 to Job Corps has a budget of $ billion per year.

1 Mission and purpose. 4 Phases of career development. 8 Notable Job Corps members. 11 External links. Mission and arters: Washington, D.C. on Country funding may be the creation of a job, but the outcome is the deeper economic, social and environmental impacts of that job.

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Participants in the study were nationwide youth eligible for Job Corps who applied for enrollment for the first time between Novemand Decem Cited by: 8.Job Corps is a good investment of society resources: benefits exceed costs.

On average, society benefits from an increase in resources equivalent to about $17, for every youth it sends to Job Corps. Job Corps returns to society about $2 for every dollar spent on the program. Job Corps participants gain about $20, from their participation.