Long-term recipients, those who have received cash assistance continuously for at least two years, are more likely than other welfare recipients to face barriers to work.
Part of the Fast Facts on Welfare Policy series.
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Title: Long-Term Welfare Recipients are More Likely to Face Barriers to Work than Other Welfare Recipients
Publication date 2002-06-06
Publication Year 2002
, Urban Institute Assessing the New Federalism Project
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