Reentry Center for Women is operating on a regular schedule. All visitors to our office must wear a mask and appointments are scheduled for vaccinated individuals only. Our monthly seminars, events, and meetings will resume in June as per social distancing and mask-wearing guidelines. If you have questions or concerns about our Covid-19 protocols, please contact us.
The most recent economic downturn has hurt employment opportunities, the housing market, and the value of the dollar (Baker, 2009, 2009b, 2009c; and Kotz, 2009). Prisons are one sector that had been addressing economic issues long before our current downturn.
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The WOTC encourages employers to hire individuals who are qualified for open positions but face barriers to employment. How It Works Businesses can receive a one-time tax credit of $2,400-$9,600 for hiring a qualified job applicant; the amount varies, depending on the hire. To be eligible for the tax credit, employers must hire an individual from one of the following groups: Recipients of Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF) or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
In the first decade of the 21st century the United States began to experience a shift in the 30-year buildup to a world record prison system. Although the decade ended with an increased number of people in prison, the rate of growth overall was considerably below that of previous decades and since 2008 the overall number of people in state prisons has declined slightly each year. Copy and paste the link below to read the full story. http://sentencingproject.org/wp-content/upl