Local responses to long-term unemployment

Mike Campbell with Ian Sanderson and Fiona Walton

Long-term unemployment remains stubbornly high in many localities. There are many reasons why the long-term unemployed do not get jobs, other than there being a shortage of them.

This study reviews the evidence from the research and evaluation literature. It synthesises the main findings and on this basis identifies the actions most likely to reconnect the long-term unemployed to the job market.

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