Please explore over a decade of publications from the Heldrich Center!
Listed below are selected publications from the Heldrich Center. On the left, you will find publications organized according to publication type (e.g., research brief, presentation, etc.). Below, publications can be viewed in alphabetical or chronological order.
Identifying Gaps and Setting Priorities for Employment and Training ResearchOct 18, 2011
Reviews workforce and related research funded by several federal agencies. Also reviews research and evaluation projects undertaken by regional, state, and local workforce agencies and research supported by several national and regional foundations, as well as research that has been or is being conducted independently by leading researchers without substantial public or private support. Identifies high-priority research topic areas to examine over the next five years.Download
Identifying Gaps and Setting Priorities for Employment and Training Research - Press ReleaseNov 01, 2011
Press release on key findings and recommendations from a review of workforce and related research.Download
Strategies Used by Employment Service Providers in the Job Development Process: Are they Consistent with What Employers Want?Nov 08, 2011
Describes the results of a study of job development/placement professionals’ strategies in the employment process, compare the results to employer perceptions of the employment process from recent literature, and identifies implications for job development/placement practice based on this comparison.Download
Long-Term Unemployed and Unemployment Insurance: Evidence from a Panel Study of Workers Who Lost a Job During the Great RecessionNov 10, 2011
Presents the key findings from a panel study of the long-term unemployment workers who reported that they lost a job during the Great Recession and examines differences and similarities among unemployed workers who did and did not receive Unemployment Insurance. Also highlights the experiences of those who exhausted their Unemployment Insurance benefits before they were able to find another job.Download
Categorizing the Unemployed by the Impact of the RecessionDec 01, 2011
Summarizes data on the condition of the unemployed in the United States. Presents a typology, or a way to characterize the experiences of the unemployed.Download