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By Tad DeHaven The New York Times worries that “federal funds to train the jobless are drying up.” It’s not until the end of the article that the Times bothers to quote an economist who says that “Traditionally, we have found that job training has not been very effective for people who have lost their job recently.” A [...] Federal Job Training Programs is a post from Cato @ Liberty - Ca
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