Public Use Data for How Are Women Served by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs?

Release Date: April 5, 2013
Time Period of Data Collection: 2007; 2009
Brief Description: Results from the study are summarized in Maxwell et al. (2012) and were based on data collected from five public sources: WIA Standardized Records Data (WIASRD) public-use files, American Community Survey (ACS) summary data, 2000 U.S. Census data, A Census-to-LWIA geographic crosswalk, and A set of annual LWIA geographic definition files.
Geographic Coverage: National
Study Populations: Women; Dislocated Workers
Unit(s) of Observation: Individual, Employers
Topics: Employment and Training
Research method: Secondary Data Analysis
DOL Partner Agency: Employment and Training Administration
Sampling Method: The core individual-level data used for the study were derived from administrative data, the WIASRD public-use files. The data are intended to document the services that customers receive under the Adult, Dislocated Worker, Youth, and National Emergency Grants programs, as well as customers’ employment and earnings outcomes during the first year after program exit.

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