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  • How summer jobs programs impact young people long after the seasons change

    WBUR - 07/06/2017

    A new study out of Northeastern University finds that summer jobs programs for youth improve social skills and reduce violent crime.

    The study looked at participants in Boston’s summer jobs program and compared their outcome with a control group. The results showed a 35 percent reduction in violent crimes.

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