Transitional Jobs strategy

(4) the term “Transitional Jobs strategy” means an employment strategy for youth and adults who are chronically unemployed or those that have barriers to employment that— (A) is conducted by State, tribal, and local governments, State, tribal, and local workforce boards, and nonprofit organizations; (B) provides time-limited employment using individual placements, team placements, and social enterprise placements, without displacing existing employees; (C) pays wages in accordance with applicable law, but in no event less than the higher of the rate specified in section 206(a)(1) of title 29 or the applicable State or local minimum wage law, which are subsidized, in whole or in part, by public funds; (D) combines time-limited employment with activities that promote skill development, remove barriers to employment, and lead to unsubsidized employment such as a thorough orientation and individual assessment, job readiness and life skills training, case management and supportive services, adult education and training, child support-related services, job retention support and incentives, and other similar activities; (E) places participants into unsubsidized employment; and (F) provides job retention, re-employment services, and continuing and vocational education to ensure continuing participation in unsubsidized employment and identification of opportunities for advancement.


34 USC § 60502(4)

Scoping language

None identified, default scope is assumed to be the parent (chapter 605) of this section.
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