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Job program for welfare recipients falls flat

Employers say woes outweigh state subsidies

By Patricia Wen
Globe Staff / January 15, 2007

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A central piece of the state's sweeping welfare reform, which sought to enlist Massachusetts companies to hire and train welfare recipients, has failed to attract employers and is virtually defunct, records show. (Full article: 999 words)

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