Employment Strategies for Low-Income Adults Evidence Review, 2013-2015

Project Overview

The Employment Strategies for Low-Income Adults Evidence Review is conducting a comprehensive review of the evidence base on employment and training programs and strategies for low-income adults. The review will systematically identify, assess, and synthesize evidence from the existing research literature and then use this synthesis to identify programs and strategies with the strongest evidence of effectiveness. Findings will be disseminated to the research, policy, and practice fields. The review is being conducted by Mathematica Policy Research.

The point of contact is Emily Schmitt.

  • Employment Strategies for Low- Income Adults Evidence Review: Standards and Methods

    Published: June 26, 2015

    This report explains in detail the criteria that govern the Employment Strategies for Low-Income Adults Evidence Review (ESER), a systematic review of the literature on the effectiveness of employment and training programs for low-income adults. This detailed look includes the criteria for searching the literature, screening studies for eligibility, assessing each study’s strength of evidence, and extracting information reported in the studies...

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