Vulnerable youth employment and job training programs congressional research service summary in an increasingly global economy and with retirement underway for the baby boomer generation congress has indicated a strong interest in ensuring that todays young people have. Vulnerable youth employment and job training programs slightly less than half 441 of all teens were employed compared to 254 in july 2011 3 the july 2011 employment rate was the lowest it had been during the post world war ii period. Vulnerable youth employment and job training programs abstract excerpt this report provides an overview of federal employment programs for vulnerable young people. Overview of federal employment programs for vulnerable young people begins with a discussion of the current challenges to preparing youth today for the workforce and provides chronology of job training and employment programs for at risk youth beginning in the 1930s and expanded or modified from the 1960s through the 1990s. Certain young people in particular including those from low income families high school dropouts foster youth and other at risk populations face barriers to completing school and entering the workforce since the 1960s federal job training programs and policies have sought to connect these youth to education and employment pathways
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