Job Training Programs Help ‘Disconnected’ Youth

Evidence of What Works in Job Training

Job Training Programs Help 'Disconnected' YouthAccording to a recent report from the Department of Labor, “What Works in Job Training: A Synthesis of the Evidence,” youth who are “disconnected” (unemployed and not in school), including youth experiencing homelessness, may benefit from interventions that combine work skill development with educational activities and supportive services.

The report, which looks at the effectiveness of job training programs, examines the evidence from a variety of job training programs designed to improve the employment outcomes for adults and youth.

Click here to read the report.