Jobs program led to full-time work for less than 10 percent of participants
Gov. Pat Quinn has poured $122 million in taxpayer money to keep afloat a temporary jobs program, but the investment has led to full-time work for less than 10 percent of the people taking part. Quinn says he plans to shut it down in mid-January and focus on passing legislation to provide more incentives for businesses to hire new workers.
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