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Rather than continuing to underemploy young workers, congregations and organizations must invest in nurturing their careers and advocating for living wages.
Some people will romanticize the past and grieve what they perceive as real losses when things change. Leaders should talk about the good coming from the change to maintain alignment, momentum and focus.
New programs and interventions often seem sure to work. But success is rare, and evaluation is critical to understanding whether and why efforts to help underserved people are in fact effective, says an evaluation research methodologist.
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