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John Pawasarat, Director
Employment and Training Institute

Office: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
School of Continuing Education
161 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 6000
Milwaukee, WI 53203-2602
Phone: 414-227-3380
Email: pawasara@uwm.edu
Website: www.eti.uwm.edu

Research Interests:
Driver's license issues, workforce training, job vacancy surveys, barriers to employment for lower-income workers, assets of central city neighborhoods, community indicators, purchasing power measures, child care administration, housing foreclosures.

Selected Publications:
Wisconsin's Mass Incarceration of African American Males: Workforce Challenges of 2013, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment and Training Institute, 2013.

Driver's License Status Report for Milwaukee County, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment and Training Institute, 2012.

Understanding the UI (Unemployment Insurance) Population in Milwaukee County, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment & Training Institute, 2010.

Survey of Job Openings in the 7 Counties of Southeastern Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment & Training Institute, 2009.

Health Occupation Drilldowns for Milwaukee County, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment & Training Institute, 2009.

The EARN (Early Assessment and Retention Network) Model for Effectively Targeting WIA and TANF Resources, prepared for the Private Industry Council/Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board, 2007.

Legal Action of Wisconsin Report on Milwaukee's Housing Crisis: Foreclosures, Evictions and Subprime Lending, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment & Training Institute, 2007.

The Drivers License Status of the Voting Age Population in Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment & Training Institute, 2005.

How to Use Special Census Tabulations for Workforce and Transportation Drill Downs of HUD Renewal Communities, Empowerment Zones, and Community Development Block Grant Neighborhoods, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment & Training Institute, 2005.

The Child Care Costs of Engaging the Welfare Population in Work: The Milwaukee Experience, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment & Training Institute, 2002.

Exposing Urban Legends: The Real Purchasing Power of Central City Neighborhoods, The Brookings Institution, 2001.

Tracking the Progress of Welfare Reform Quickly: A Model for Measuring Neighborhood Health and Change, The Brookings Institution, 2001.

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