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Offender Job Readiness and Job Retention

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Title: Offender Job Readiness and Job Retention
Creators: Pettway, Coretta
Keywords: Annotated Bibliography
Offender Job Readiness
Offender Employment
Best Practices
Issue Date: 2006-08-24
Series/Report no.: Institute for Excellence in Justice. Best Practices Tool Kits
Abstract: Research has shown that ex-offenders have a high risk of unemployment and that an association exists between adult offender unemployment and recidivism. Additionally, offenders’ themselves consider that securing employment is important to maintaining a crime free existence upon release. The following tool-kit highlights key features of 4 programs focused on job readiness training and retention for offenders.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/30145
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