MPR Report: Reasons for Job Separations Among People with Psychiatric Disabilities

Posted by Alexandra Kielty - On August 20, 2014 (EST)

The Mathematica' Policy Research (MPR) Disability Research Consortium (DRC) has issued this report that explores the relative effects of adverse working conditions, job satisfaction, wages, worker characteristics, and local labor markets on voluntary job separations among employed workers with psychiatric disabilities. Data came from the Employment Intervention Demonstration Program, an eight-site study of employment interventions for 1,648 adults with serious mental illnesses. Results are reported in a working paper published on July 30, 2014. To view the full report, please click on View Page Now or go to: http://www.disabilitypolicyresearch.org/our-publications-and-findings/publications/reasons-for-job-separations-among-people-with-psychiatric-disabilities-working-paper



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