Many Hispanic families lack economic security; in 2017, just over one-quarter of Hispanic children lived in poverty. One route out of poverty and toward improved economic security is via stable parental employment and earnings obtained through job training. For those who study or serve low-income Hispanic families, it is important to understand whether, when, and how job training programs can improve these families’ economic security.

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Jacob Alex Klerman
Michelle Blocklin