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  • Summer jobs are an economic step up

    Forbes - 06/04/2015

    A study by Northeastern University’s Center for Labor Market Studies found that program participants were significantly more likely than their comparison group peers to experience a drop in risky, deviant, or violent behaviors. Moreover, the percentage of participants who had a job lined up for after the program’s completion was more than double that of the control group.

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