The Employment Landscape for Subsidized Households
by Elizabeth Kneebone, Terner Center for Housing Innovation, UC Berkeley
Part of the Advancing Opportunity Through Affordable Housing white paper series, "The Employment Landscape for Subsidized Households" paper is an analysis of employment conditions, options and potential barriers in the different kinds of neighborhoods and communities in which people with subsidized housing live.
About the series:
Enterprise Community Partners and Housing Partnership Network are working together to launch a series of white papers Advancing Opportunity Through Affordable Housing. With contributions from the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at the University of California at Berkeley, the series focuses on accelerating promising ideas to address longstanding community development challenges in the current environment.