Social and Economic Impact: Transitional Jobs and Subsidized Employment Programs

Nov 11, 2014 | by
  • Description

Transitional jobs (TJ) and subsidized employment programs can make a compelling social and economic impact. These programs have been shown to make communities safer, improve outcomes for participants' children, strengthen vulnerable families, grow local economies, and mitigate the impact of poverty. Workforce development stakeholders can use this one-page resource to understand and promote the social and economic value of TJ and subsidized employment programs. In particular, workforce development stakeholders can give this resource to potential employer partners who want to develop a corporate social responsibility (CSR) program or grow the impact of their current CSR activities.