Monday, January 9, 2012

New Hampshire Offers Work Incentives

CONCORD, N.H. -- Determined to lure the disabled into the workforce, a New Hampshire agency is offering a bonus for people who go through a job-skills program and land a job.
A $50 gas card; one a month.
The gas card is just the start for NH at Work, a program by Granite State Independent Living that targets the thousands of disabled people in New Hampshire who could be working.
Everyone’s employable. It’s just finding their unique situation,” said Chris Purington, business development administrator at Granite State Independent Living, which announced the gas-card incentive this month.

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