1 edition of Low-income labor markets and urban manpower programs found in the catalog.
Low-income labor markets and urban manpower programs
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by Peter B. Doeringer and others.|
|Contributions||Doeringer, Peter B.|
|LC Classifications||HD5723 .A4127 no. 12, HD5715.4.B7 .A4127 no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 45 p.|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||72601832|
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Low-income labor markets and urban manpower programs. Washington] U.S. Dept. of Labor, Manpower Administration, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter B Doeringer.
Get this from a library. Low income labor markets and urban manpower programs: a critical assessment. [Penny Hollander Feldman; David M Gordon; Michael Reich]. Internal Labor Markets and Manpower Analysis [microform] / Peter B. Doeringer and Michael J.
Piore; Explorations in Low Pay, Collective Bargaining and Economic Mobility [microform] / Peter B. Doeringer; Low-Income Labor Markets and Urban Manpower Programs [microform]:.
Request PDF | Hiring in Urban Labor Markets | Ten years ago, the central concern animating research on urban labor markets was the “underclass”—groups of low-income people. Effective Programs and Policies for Promoting Economic Well-Being Febru Barbara Butrica, Kassandra Martinchek, Martha M.
Galvez, Heather Hahn, Signe-Mary McKernan, Shayne Spaulding. This paper finds that about one in four workers, ages 18 to 61, earned less than $ an hour in Low-wage workers who reside in low-income families with children are substantially less educated than the average worker, Low-income labor markets and urban manpower programs book concentrated in industries with low wages, and have limited prospects for wage growth.
Many policies aimed at low-wage workers are not well-targeted at workers in low Author: Gregory Acs. Internal Labor Markets and Manpower Analysis by Peter B.
Doeringer, Harvard University Michael J. Piore, Massachusetts Institute of Technology In this book the authors develop their theory of the internal labor market, and through it analyze important issues including job training, automation, and government manpower policy.
Employment in Black Urban Labor Markets: Problems and Solutions Judith K. Hellerstein and David Neumark NBER Working Paper No. April JEL No. J15,J18,J7 ABSTRACT Blacks in the United States are poorer than whites and have much lower employment rates.
“Place-based”. Full text of "ERIC ED Manpower Planning for Local Labor Markets." See other formats. • Many low income single parents, especially with young kids, cannot afford to live alone (low wages, need for child care, need for help with rent, etc.), and so family and/or “fathers” often co-reside • Being a mother and being a parent forced to work to survive makes life difficult •.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. The vast majority of low-income parents are working but still struggling to make ends meet.
This fact sheet shows how low-income working families have much in common with other American families as they seek to balance work and family life, yet face much greater risk and vulnerability than their higher-income counterparts.
Milkovich reviews Doeringer and Piore's Internal Labor Markets and Manpower Analysis Niles M. Hansen. Rural Poverty and the Urban Crisis: A Strategy for Regional Economic Development.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Pp.$ Despite its title, this book does not deal systematically with the relationship be. Corrections.
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Employment in Black Urban Labor Markets: Problems and Solutions Judith K. Hellerstein, David Neumark. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in April NBER Program(s):Labor Studies Program Blacks in the United States are poorer than whites and have much lower employment rates.
gather data for targeted groups, such as current or former welfare recipients, and at the state or local level. 1 Although survey data continue to be important, the use of administrative data sources to measure income and employment has grown dramatically over the past 30 years.
Data on wages and salaries from state Unemployment Insurance (UI) systems, for example, have been used to measure. UPWARD MOBILITY OF LOW-INCOME WORKERS: A STUDY OF INTERNAL LABOR MARKETS IN NEW YORK CITY' Edward Steinberg 2 In the last several years, after a lengthy period of virtual neglect, the subject of the internal labor market has become one of prime importance to labor : Edward Steinberg.
Low Income Labor Markets and Urban Manpower Policies: A Critical Assessment, (Editor and co-author with Penny H. Feldman, David M. Gordon, Michael J. Piore, and Michael Reich), U.S. Department of Labor, Research and Development Findings, No. 12, Refereed Articles and Refereed Book. The low-wage labor market has come increasingly into the policy spotlight following welfare reform, as states strive to move welfare recipients into employment.
In this volume, experts in labor market analysis synthesize the current literature on the low-wage labor market and highlight important policy implications flowing from their review. Abstract. Since the s, federal and state governments have created multiple programs to improve employment in disadvantaged neighborhoods.
In their research, Ham et al. () focused on measuring the impact on the labor market of three such programs: State Enterprise Zones (ENTZ), Federal Empowerment (EMPZ) and Federal Enterprise Community (ENTC); see Green and Malpezzi () Author: Jaime Luque.
The GLM|LIC project Urban Geography of Entrepreneurship and Growth in India led by Paul Novosad (Dartmouth College) and Sam Asher (the World Bank), has recently launched The Socioeconomic High-resolution Rural-Urban Geographic Platform for India (), facilitating data sharing between researchers working on repository includes a comprehensive set of data .Rehabilitating government: pay and employment reform in Africa (English) Abstract.
This volume extends the literature on civil service pay and employment by building on first generation studies that identified problems and by introducing a second generation of work that offers prescriptions based on better information, deeper analysis Cited by: Low Income Worker Training Program The Low Income Worker Training Program helps workers whose incomes are at or below percent of the federal poverty guidelines gain new skills necessary to move up the career ladder to higher paying jobs and greater economic self-sufficiency.