Employment Profiles of Selected Low-Income Areas
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Employment Profiles of Selected Low-Income Areas Boston, Mass. by United States. Bureau of the Census

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SeriesUS Census of Population and Housing 1970 Phc(3) -- 25
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Job Opportunities for Low-Income Individuals. The purpose of the JOLI program is to create new jobs to be filled by low-income individuals. JOLI grantees create jobs through business plans and the provision of technical and/or financial assistance to private employers in the community. This study evaluates barriers to employment and transportation issues that low-income residents and low-income workers face. In this study, “low-income residents” refers to households earning less than % of the federal poverty line, or about $39, for a family of three. State Economic Areas. From the Census Bureau. Population Supplementary Report, PC(S1) From the Census Bureau. Census Tracts ( parts) General demographic trends for metropolitan areas, to From the Census Bureau. General demographic trends for metropolitan areas, to From the Census Bureau. Employment profiles of selected Author: Anne Zald. After nearly a decade of decline, the number of children living in low-income families has increased significantly since This data book provides national and state trend data on the characteristics of low-income children over the past decade: parental education, parental employment, marital status, family structure, race and ethnicity, age distribution, parental nativity, home Cited by: 5.