Job corps benefits

These benefits are primarily the allowances for living expenses received by economically disadvantaged individuals who are between the ages of 16 and 21 and who are enrolled in the designated vocational and educational training programs. These benefits also include the adjustment allowances received by trainees upon the successful completion of their training.

The state estimates are based on calendar year tabulations of the amount of allowances and allotments disbursed to the enrollees; the tabulations are from the Employment and Training Administration of the Department of Labor. The state estimates are allocated to counties in proportion to the civilian population.

See Federal education and training benefits.