Making Work Supports Work: A Picture of Low-Wage Workers in America

From the National Center for Children in Poverty, this report analyzes the effectiveness of America's work supports, such as earned income tax credits, public health insurance, child care assistance, and food stamps. For families, work supports can close the gap between low earnings and basic expenses, as working more does not always pay as families lose eligibility for critical supports.

Partner Resources
Asset Building
Earned Income Tax Credit
Supportive Services
Child Care
Post-employment Supports
SNAP/Food Assistance
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