Pathways to High-Quality Jobs for Young Adults

Child Trends; Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings

This report examines the “quality” of jobs held by 29-year-olds who experienced disadvantaged in adolescence and the employment, education, and training experiences associated with higher quality jobs for those individuals. It concludes with four recommendations to improve the employment prospects of young people who have grown up on disadvantaged households.

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  • Published 2018
  • Topic Work-based Learning
  • Type Research
  • Format Print
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