There have been reports of phone calls made from a Department of Labor phone number (202-693-2700) soliciting personal information and/or promising funds to those receiving the calls. These calls were not authorized by the Department of Labor. ETA and the Department of Labor do not and will not solicit Personally Identifiable Information, such as your Social Security number, or other personal information, over the phone. If you receive a call like this from a number that looks like an ETA phone number, consider it a spam call, hang up, and report the call to the US Department of Labor at 1-855-522-6748.

For more information about how to recognize spam calls, please reference the IRS site about recognizing these imposter calls: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/how-to-know-its-really-the-irs-calling-or-knocking-on-your-door-0

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The National JTPA Study: Title II-A Impacts on Earnings And Employment at 18 Months (1993)

The National JTPA Study was commissioned by the Employment and Training Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) in 1986 to measure the impacts and costs of selected employment and training programs funded under Title II-A of the Job Training Partnership Act of 1982, which is targeted to serve economically disadvantaged Americans. This report presents interim estimates of program impacts on the earnings and employment of adults and out-of-school youths in 16 local service delivery areas during the first 18 months after their acceptance into the program.

Estimates of longer term program impacts on earnings, employment, and welfare benefits, and an analysis of program costs and benefits, will appear in the final report of the study (forthcoming, from Abt Associates Inc.). A companion report on the study's implementation (Doolittle, forthcoming) describes the JTPA programs operated in the study sites and the types of JTPA-funded services provided to members of the study sample. [Click Here] to View the Complete Report Report in .PDF


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