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Work Participaton Rates - 2009

TABLE 11A: TANF COMBINED TANF AND SSP-MOE DATA AVERAGE MONTHLY NUMBER OF WORK-ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS WITH EXCUSED ABSENCE HOURS FOR PARTICIPATING FAMILIES FISCAL YEAR 2009

Published: April 22, 2011
Audience:
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Topics:
Data Collection and Reporting, Work Participation Rates
Types:
Data Document
Tags:
Work Participation Rate (WPR)
TABLE 11A

TEMPORATRY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES
COMBINED TANF AND SSP-MOE DATA
AVERAGE MONTHLY NUMBER OF WORK-ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS WITH EXCUSED ABSENCE HOURS FOR PARTICIPATING FAMILIES

FISCAL YEAR 2009

 
STATE TOTAL NUMBER OF WEI WEI WITH EXCUSED ABSENCE HOURS WORK EXPERIENCE JOB SEARCH COMMUNITY SERVICE VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TRAINING JOB SKILLS TRAINING EDUCATION RELATED TO EMPLOYMENT SATISFACTORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE PROVIDING CHILD CARE
UNITED STATES 1,166,322 26,942 7,262 10,196 1,884 4,485 2,372 1,498 776 -
                     
ALABAMA 10,473 267 91 94 - 39 23 1 33 -
ALASKA 2,483 - - - - - - - - -
ARJZONA 20,035 - - - - - - - - -
ARKANSAS 5,204 - - - - - - - - -
CALIFORNIA 407,834 9,996 589 5,270 - 2,118 1,066 845 231 -
                     
COLORADO 4,964 185 66 34 26 48 4 - 7 -
CONNECTICUT 9,074 481 - 276 8 141 - 56 6 -
DELAWARE 1,967 5 1 3 - - - - - -
DIST. OF COL. 5,775 - - - - - - - - -
FLORIDA 17,854 861 124 125 391 106 85 43 70 -
                     
GEORGIA 3,971 - - - - - - - - -
GUAM 1,753 - - - - - - - - -
HAWAII 7,348 23 16 5 1 2 - - - -
IDAHO 160 2 2 - - - - - - -
ILLINOIS 4,424 26 19 - 7 - - - - -
                     
INDIANA 34,442 310 60 223 - 25 1 10 - -
IOWA 16,197 2 1 - - 1 - - - -
KANSAS 10,790 - - - - - - - - -
KENTUCKY 12,630 96 29 7 37 19 1 5 - -
LOUISIANA 2,726 50 14 15 1 16 - - 4 -
                     
MAINE 12,271 37 5 2 22 4 - 3 1 -
MARYLAND 11,954 74 37 45 - - - - - -
MASSACHUSETTS 43,641 223 - 29 56 70 - 22 45 -
MICHIGAN 42,071 1,028 32 792 64 116 - 8 24 -
MINNESOTA 11,555 98 3 5 3 10 12 - 66 -
                     
MISSISSIPPI 5,764 220 64 23 96 18 - 19 - -
MISSOURI 28,914 66 10 4 10 30 7 - 6 -
MONTANA 2,563 377 213 110 38 15 1 1 5 -
NEBRASKA 4,894 200 63 47 74 19 1 1 - -
NEVADA 5,281 145 40 3 18 45 22 17 3 -
                     
NEW HAMPSHIRE 3,366 219 19 73 105 20 9 - 3 -
NEW JERSEY 22,536 1,394 1,108 110 6 152 317 10 - -
NEW MEXICO 11,468 74 49 12 - 12 - 1 - -
NEW YORK 98,742 4,409 2,664 1,339 - 110 176 395 - -
NORTH CAROLINA 8,435 250 92 89 9 66 - - 21 -
                     
NORTH DAKOTA 1,668 52 34 5 - 10 1 2 2 -
OHIO 50,501 239 195 8 - 30 3 - 3 -
OKLAHOMA 3,318 261 36 32 - 172 1 1 22 -
OREGON 17,673 1,131 641 263 7 113 14 21 115 -
PENNSYLVANIA 26,375 1,606 27 384 420 679 164 22 22 -
                     
PUERTO RICO 10,652 161 38 10 52 57 - 5 - -
RHODE ISLAND 6,547 21 4 6 - 10 - - - -
SOUTH CAROLINA 12,080 408 156 185 44 13 - - 14 -
SOUTH DAKOTA 927 82 - 1 76 2 - 2 1 -
TENNESSEE 42,404 841 376 185 185 94 197 - 2 -
                     
TEXAS 15,691 434 140 237 28 20 237 - 9 -
UTAH 3,535 166 58 10 33 47 8 - 29 -
VERMONT 2,030 84 20 1 34 5 7 1 18 -
VIRGIN ISLANDS 420 - - - - - - - - -
VIRGINIA 22,537 - - - - - - - - -
                     
WASHINGTON 45,349 123 12 72 18 18 13 - 5 -
WEST VIRGINIA 4,500 66 14 23 15 11 1 - 2 -
WISCONSIN 6,454 149 100 39 - 2 1 7 7 -
WYOMING 102 - - - - - - - - -

1/WORK-ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS WITH EXCUSED ABSENCE HOURS N MORE THAN ONE ACTIVITY ARE INCLUDED ONCE IN THIS TOTAL.

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