Upon job placement, graduates of NJT-funded training programs more than doubled their incomes on average.
Children’s Savings Account (CSA) Pilot Program
Read the OWD's first Annual Report
The FY 2015 annual report, titled “Building an Inclusive Economy”, spans OWD’s efforts from July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015.
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Massachusetts Minimum Wage $10.00/hr | Boston Living Wage $14.23/hr | Neighborhood Jobs Trust $1.67/sf