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Ralph da Costa Nunez: How a GED Is a Real Advantage in Reducing Family Homelessness in NYC

New Yorkers with a high school diploma or a GED lost jobs at half the rate of those who did not have them. At a time when unemployment hovers at 9.1 percent in NYC, a GED becomes crucial to finding and retaining a job.
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