In recent years, policymakers and program administrators have increasingly focused on the role of noncustodial parents (NCPs) in the lives of low-income families. One example is S upport H as A R ewarding E ffect (SHARE) , an initiative operated with Welfare-to-Work (WtW) grant support in three counties in the state of Washington.
Contents Study Regions Basic Findings on Employment and Wages Approach to Measuring the Impact of Welfare Reform on Labor Markets Effect of Shift in Demand and Shift in Supply on Employment and Wages Effect of Welfare Reform on Employment and Wages Projecting the Effect of a Recession Summary and Implications for Furt
Contents Analytic Approach Key Findings Profile of Low-Wage Workers Low-Wage Workers Wage Progression Low-Wage Workers Progress toward Self-Sufficiency Low-Wage Workers Work Supports and Self-sufficiency
Contents Data for Analysis Incidence of Unemployment UI Application UI Eligibility Receipt of UI Benefits Relationship between UI receipt and return to TANF Contrasting TANF and UI as Income Support Trends in UI and TANF Caseloads Conclusions and Future Research
Characteristics of Low-Wage Workers and Their Labor Market Experiences: Evidence from the Mid- to Late 1990s
Content Key Research Questions Data and Methods Key Findings Conclusions Endnotes
Employment Outcomes for Youth Aging Out of Foster Care Final Report Robert M. Goerge, Principal Investigator Lucy Bilaver, Bong Joo Lee Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago Barbara Needell, Alan Brookhart, William Jackman Center for Social Services Research, University of California Berkeley March, 2002 Universi
By: Fredrik Andersson Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Department of Treasury Matthew Freedman Cornell University Julia Lane National Science Foundation Susan Hauan Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health and Human Services
ASPE RESEARCH BRIEF Employment Patterns Among Persons with Children During the Recession  August 2010
Progress Toward Self-Sufficiency for Low-Wage Workers Final Report January 2010 By: Gregory Acs, Pamela Loprest, and Caroline Ratcliffe The Urban Institute This report is available on the Internet at: http://aspe.hhs.gov/hsp/10/LWW/index.shtml
Coming of Age: Employment Outcomes for Youth Who Age Out of Foster Care Through Their Middle Twenties
Coming of Age: Employment Outcomes for Youth Who Age Out of Foster Care Through Their Middle Twenties Prepared by: The Urban Institute with subcontractors, University of California Berkeley and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Prepared for: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) U.S. Department of H
ASPE ISSUE BRIEF (*) Receipt of Unemployment Insurance Among Low-Income Single Mothers January 2005 This Issue Brief is available on the Internet at: http://aspe.hhs.gov/hsp/05/unemp-receipt/ Printer Friendly Version in PDF
ASPE RESEARCH BRIEF ( * ) Who are Low-Wage Workers? February 2009 This Research Brief is available on the Internet at: http://aspe.hhs.gov/hsp/09/LowWageWorkers/rb.shtml Printer Friendly Version in PDF format (6 pages)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services The Role of Supports in Successful Labor Force Entry for Youth with Disabilities David Stapleton, Cornell UniversityMark Nowak, The Lewin GroupGina Livermore, Cornell University September 2001 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/2001/youthlfe.pdf (55 PDF pages)
This brief, part of a series on disconnected low-income men, presents data on the educational attainment and labor force participation of low-income men who are disengaged or at high risk of disengagement from mainstream economic and social life. It focuses primarily on men without postsecondary degrees.