The intent of this multi-program evaluation was to determine what alternative approaches to welfare reform help welfare recipients find and hold jobs and move off of public assistance. Two broad types of pre-employment strategies were compared—programs that emphasized short-term job search assistance (‘employment-focused’ programs) and programs that emphasized basic education and skill building (‘education-focused’ programs).

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