Is the Job Network Benefiting Disadvantaged Job Seekers? Preliminary Evidence from a Study of Non-Profit Employment Services

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This paper is the first report from a joint study with the Brotherhood of St Laurence, funded under the ARC SPIRT program and in partnership with the employment services consortium JOB futures. It provides an overview of developments in employment services in recent years presents initial results of the first round of research fieldwork with a sample of 10 JOB futures agencies and their job seeker clients during the first round of Job Network contracts.
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Eardley, Tony
Abello, David
Macdonald, Helen
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2001
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