Fact Sheet Lessons for Organizations on Effective Interventions for Economic Well-Being
Barbara Butrica, Kassandra Martinchek
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Practitioners and policymakers understand that improving economic well-being among families with low incomes requires treating the causes: financial insecurity, joblessness, low-wage jobs, and expensive housing costs. This fact sheet highlights a few proven, promising, and emerging practices in the areas of financial security, workforce development, housing, and case management and their outcomes. 

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Research Areas Education Wealth and financial well-being Social safety net Workforce
Tags Families with low incomes Workforce development Hunger and food assistance Job training Beyond high school: education and training
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population Income and Benefits Policy Center