Prosperity in suburban towns increasingly depends upon the growing number of good jobs in the City of New Haven. But job access and unemployment continue to be top concerns within many neighborhoods.
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From the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.
Millions of women work long hours caring for the needs of the elderly, the infirm, and children. For large numbers, particularly women of color, their earnings are so low that they and their families live in poverty.
The workforce needs access to the right skills and education to meet the demands of employers in growing industries.
The Community Foundation is deeply committed to making Greater New Haven a region of opportunity for current and future generations.
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