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Author(s):Duke, A., Martinson, K., and Strawn, J
Title:Wising up: How government can partner with business to increase skills and advance low-wage workers
Organization:Center for Law and Social Policy
Short Description:This report examines state and local partnerships with business and industry to train low-wage workers and help them advance.
Annotation:This report examines state and local partnerships with business and industry to train low-wage workers and help them advance. These programs are designed to help workers advance and to help businesses create and keep good jobs.
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Career Development
Employment and Workforce Development
Low-Income Students

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