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FY16 OWD Annual Report: Turning Boston's Growth into Opportunities for All

FY16 OWD Annual Report
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OWD Report Chronicles Workforce Gains for Boston Residents

The Mayor's Office of Workforce Development (OWD) is proud to share its second annual report: "Turning Boston's Growth into Opportunities for All." The OWD FY16 report, covering July 2015 through June 2016, surveys the breadth of workforce development gains engendered by the OWD, its programs, and partners – from developing job skills among populations-in-need to placing youth in summer jobs to providing free tax preparation help to low- and middle-income residents.

Report highlights include innovative new programs such as the Greater Boston American Apprenticeship Initiative, which creates career pathways from job training to well-paid apprenticeships in the hospitality and construction industries to opportunities to earn college credit for hands-on learning.

Perhaps most importantly, the report highlights outcomes for Boston's workers, not just in terms of jobs gained, but also in terms of increased access to living wages and benefits. The Neighborhood Jobs Trust (NJT) is just one example. The most recent NJT impact report, released in FY16, showed that graduates of NJT-funded training programs over the previous year earned an average of $14.90 per hour upon placement, and 83% of these placed graduates gained benefits in their new jobs.

The Mayor's Office of Workforce Development is proud of the work it has accomplished together with its community partners, and looks forward to continuing to ensure the full participation of all Boston residents in the city's economic vitality and future. 

Download the OWD FY16 Annual Report
The Mayor's Office of Workforce Development (OWD) is an innovative public agency that funds economic and educational initiatives across the City of Boston to ensure the full participation of all residents in the city’s economic vitality and future. The OWD's constituent organizations include the Boston Adult Literacy Initiative, the Office of Financial Empowerment, ReadBoston, WriteBoston, and Youth Options Unlimited (YOU) Boston.
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