An evaluation of Year Up, a training program for urban young adults, found that average quarterly earnings increased by $1,895 (53%) in the 18 – 21 months after enrolling in the program.
Working single parents of young children across all incomes work an average of 10 non-standard hours/week. Learn more from the Parent Work Schedule research snapshot.
Evaluation of STEP Forward program finds that program group members earned approximately $1,600 more than control group members did.
Source: ACF-801 FY 2015 Preliminary data.
The federal poverty level for a family of three in 2015 was $20,090 or less. Source: ACF-801 FY 2015 Preliminary data.