|Author:||Frank Gallo,Sar A. Levitan|
|Publisher:||W E Upjohn Inst for; First Edition edition (March 1, 1988)|
|Other formats:||lit doc mobi txt|
A Second Chance: Training. has been added to your Cart. Ideas about job training, youth, etc. by two experts. Levitan is the author of "Shorter Hours, Shorter Weeks; Spreading the Work to Reduce Unemployment".
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Ideas about job training, youth, etc. ISBN13:9780880990561. Release Date:February 1988.
Anyone interested in the JTPA or other job training program will benefit from the assessments provided by the authors in this book. Full Book PDF. Download Full Text (. MB). Download 1. A Continued Federal Commitment (976 KB). Contents.
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Levitan, Sar . and Frank Gallo 1988 A Second Chance: Training for Jobs. Levitan Youth Policy Network 1997 A Generation of Challenge: Pathways to Success for Urban Youth. Baltimore: Sar Levitan Center for Social Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University. Cite this chapter as: Zuckerman A. (2001) The More Things Change, The More they Stay the Same: The Evolution and Devolution of Youth Employment Programs. eds) Trends in Youth Development. Outreach Scholarship, vol 6. Springer, Boston, MA.
Destination, rates & speeds. 2. A Second Chance: Training for Jobs. Sar A. Levitan/ Frank Gallo. Published by W E Upjohn Inst for (1988). ISBN 10: 0880990562 ISBN 13: 9780880990561.
Garth L. Mangum is Professor of Economics Emeritus at the University of Utah. Stephen L. Mangum is senior associate dean for academic programs in the Max M. Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University, Columbus. Andrew M. Sum is a professor of economics and director of the Center for Labor and Market Studies at Northeastern University in Boston.
Frank Gallo A Second Chance: Training for Jobs.
The crisis in preparing people for work stems from many factors: generalization versus specialization, student employment with little guidance or relevance to future work, changing skill requirements, and labor shortages in specific occupations. The focus of reform should be a greater match between skills training and employment opportunities.