Long-Term Effects of Active Labor Market Policies
Active Labor Market Policies reduce the chances of employment in the short term and increase them in the long term. The improved chances of employment remain, for both people on unemployment benefit and those on social security benefit, until at least eight years after they start receiving benefits. This is the finding of research carried out for the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment into the long-term effects of Active Labor Market Policies.
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