University of Washington School of Public Health
Research Associate – Child Welfare - Urban Institute
Closing Date: February 22, 2019
Posted: January 22, 2019
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The Center on Labor, Human Services and Population (LHP) agenda focuses on how changing labor markets, demographics, and economic inequality affect child, youth, and family well-being, and how policies and programs can improve economic security. The center is committed to advancing evidence-based policies and programs that can improve economic security, human capital, family stability, and child development. Understanding how families are faring in the face of economic pressures and demographic change is essential for policymakers and practitioners who oversee social services and programs. Our research explores the implications of these changes for people and policies and contributes to the evolving conversation about growing inequality.How to Apply: