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NH Bookmarks
Posted on February 08, 2010 by Myriam Milfort
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Check out these new bookmarks created by New Hampshire to market their new UI and Job Matching system. 

Feel free to download.


It is interesting to consider that, for the first time in history, four generations-- Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X and Y will be working together in the workplace. As more agencies/companies build working-teams it is possible to have all four generations working together. Building alliances across the generations with diverse work values may be challenging. On the positive side, working in diverse teams comprised of different thoughts/opinions may eliminate group think. In the long-run, this may show the way to better problem solving, enhanced innovation and improved performance.

Check out a report recently released by the Department which found that the 2009 Recovery Act Summer Youth Employment Initiative was largely successful in connecting young workers with employment experiences. The report was developed by Mathematica Policy Research and funded by the Department of Labor

Link to Report:.


Evaluation of the WIA and TAA Co-Enrollment Pilot Project: Final Report

Do wrap-around services provided by TAA and WIA improve performance outcomes? Will serving TAA participants impact dislocated worker performance?

In June 2005, ETA contracted with the Social Policy Research Associates to study these issues.

Read their final results and learn more about the study on our resource page .

Are you interested in reading descriptions of the Green Jobs grants?  Check out the project descriptions and funding amounts here:



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