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Job survival skills of youthful offenders

Mark R. Wiederanders

Job survival skills of youthful offenders

report of a needs assessment and curriculum development project : final report

by Mark R. Wiederanders

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education, Bureau of Occupational and Adult Education in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California.
    • Subjects:
    • Ex-convicts -- Employment -- California.,
    • Occupational training -- California.,
    • Juvenile delinquents -- Employment -- Study and teaching -- California.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 61-62.

      StatementMark R. Wiederanders, Albert Victor Luckey, Candace J. Cross-Drew ; California Youth Authority, Division of Research.
      ContributionsLuckey, Albert Victor, joint author., Cross-Drew, Candace J., joint author., California Youth Authority. Division of Research and Development.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV9288 .W53
      The Physical Object
      Pagination105 p. ;
      Number of Pages105
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4068444M
      LC Control Number79621769

      Job skills are the things you are good at. Learn how they match careers—and how you can talk about them to employers. Soft skills are sometimes called people skills. Learn how important they are to helping you get and hold on to a job. Use this Skills checklist to keep track of your skills for job applications, interviews, resumes and other uses. If you’re new to survival (or a veteran), it’s worth a review of the 6 most important basic survival skills. The basic survival skills that will bring you home to safety. There are many survival skills we get to choose from, but the following 6 are the ones you should master first. Because these are the 6 survival skills that will keep you.

      Skills for Ex-offender Job Seekers. You might have skills that employers want and not even know it. Use your free time to gain skills and experience. Skill, simply defined, is the ability to do something well. Most people have , skills. Among those skills, between are transferable skills that are ‘resumé ready’.   There w offenders (% of the federal offender population) age 25 or younger sentenced in the federal system between and The majority (%) of youthful offenders are Hispanic. There were very few youthful offenders under the age of 18 sentenced in the federal system (52 between and ).

      Over the past two decades, as law enforcement has become a front-line response to substance abuse, many people with substance abuse disorders have entered the criminal justice system. The increase in the number of people in the criminal justice system for drug-related crimes is startling. Between and , drug arrests tripled to 1,,; 80 percent were for possession (U.S. Department.   Typological Distinction Between Violent and Nonviolent Youth Offenders. Offender typology involves classifying offenders into theoretically meaningful or practical categories, on the basis that not all offenders are the same (Clements, ; Moffitt, ).Although the development of reliable and valid offender typologies has its challenges (Byrne & Roberts, ), offender categories are.


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