The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a stark rise in youth unemployment across the nation.
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COVID-19 and Youth Unemployment in Selected Metro Areas, January 2019–June 2020Aug 12, 2020
Breaking Down the Numbers: What Does COVID-19 Mean for Youth Unemployment?Jun 29, 2020
Since the COVID-19 pandemic led to a sharp economic downturn in March 2020, young people ages 16 to 24 have experienced higher rates of unemployment, compared to older adults, according to data recently analyzed by Mathematica for the Schultz Family Foundation.
Conceptual Models to Depict the Factors that Influence the Avoidance and Cessation of Sexual Risk Behaviors Among YouthFeb 01, 2020
This brief presents two initial, complementary conceptual models—one for sexual risk avoidance and a second for sexual risk cessation—that aim to guide efforts to prevent youth risk behaviors and promote optimal health.
Recent Changes and Reforms to the United Kingdom’s Income Support Program for People with DisabilitiesOct 09, 2019
In this study we review the operational aspects of Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)—the income support program for people with disabilities in the United Kingdom—and its potential policy lessons for the United States’ Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program.
Unemployment, Temporary Work, and Subjective Well-Being: The Gendered Effect of Spousal Labor Market InsecurityJun 01, 2018
The negative impact of unemployment on individuals and its spillover to spouses is widely documented. However, we have a gap in our knowledge when it comes to the similar consequences of temporary employment.
Gender Segregation in Training Programs and the Wage Gap (Issue Brief)Oct 30, 2017
This issue brief demonstrates how women continue to be underrepresented in skilled-trade jobs and the barriers that women face in accessing these jobs through U.S. Department of Labor programs, which perpetuates the gender wage gap in America. The authors also offer suggestions that might facilitate...
Massachusetts Homeless Triage AssessmentAug 10, 2017
This report presents findings from a rapid cycle evaluation of an operational component of a Pay for Success initiative. The initiative is designed to place chronically homeless individuals into housing as quickly as possible to reduce the cost of emergency services used while homeless.