Report of the survey of Job Brokers.
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This report presents the findings of a postal survey of Job Brokers, who deliver the New Deal for Disabled People (NDDP) at local level. The survey is designed to gather information on Job Brokers and the services they deliver, and to provide a sampling frame of Job Brokers for a study of costs for the cost-benefit analysis element of the wider evaluation of NDDP. Questionnaires were posted to Job Brokers during the Summer 2002. Replies were received from 76 Job Broker establishments; a response rate of 80 per cent. The relatively small sample size does limit the analysis that could be undertaken.
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