American Jobs Act: Outline and Select Provisions

John Miller (Editor)
Phillip M. Jackson (Editor)

Series: Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives
BISAC: LAW054000

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In response to continuing high rates of unemployment and a weak economy, President Obama announced his American Jobs Act on September 8, 2011. As stated by the President, the proposal aims to “put more people back to work and more money in the pockets of those who are working.” This book describes provisions of the American Jobs Act which fall into three major categories: promote hiring and prevent layoffs among teachers, law enforcement officers, firefighters, veterans, and the long-term unemployed; assist unemployed workers through unemployment compensation and reemployment services; and expanding workforce opportunities for low-income adults and youth. (Imprint: Novinka )

Preface

American Jobs Act: Provisions for Hiring Targeted Groups, Preventing Layoffs, and for Unemployed and Low-Income Workers
(Karen Spar, CRS)

President Obama's American Jobs Act

Budgetary Effects of S.1660, The American Jobs Act of 2011
(Congressional Budget Office Letter)

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