Support for the very long term unemployed: early analysis of a test
- Department for Work and Pensions
- Part of:
- Ad hoc statistical analysis 2012 – quarter 4 and Ad hoc statistics on employment support programmes
- First published:
- 6 December 2012
Statistics on a test that examined ways of helping very long term unemployed people into work.
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The Work Programme provides support for up to 2 years to help long term unemployed people find work.
We wanted to test ways of providing support for people who reach the end of their 2 years without finding work. We called this the “support for the very long term unemployed trailblazer”.
The statistics in this publication give an early estimate of the effectiveness of the test.
This quantitative analysis complements the findings in our research report Evaluation of support for the very long term unemployed trailblazer (RR824)
Published: 6 December 2012