Impact of Job Training Programs on Workers’ Wages and Unemployment Rate

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Impact of Job Training Programs on Workers' Wages and Unemployment Rate
Job training programs are provided by the government to improve the skills of individuals who are unemployed to enable to enter the work force. These programs may not be cost-effective when a cost-benefit analysis is done on the cost of the programs and the benefits of the programs to the unemployed population. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the impact of job training programs and their effects on the unemployment rate. This paper will also include the policy relevance, policy implications and the economic impact of these training programs such as their effect on productivity, wages and unemployment.This paper will be organized into sections with section 1...
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