The Obama administration has been promoting the retraining of unemployed workers as a linchpin of its economic-recovery plan, and the federal government spent about $18 billion on training and job-search programs. But the Wall Street Journal reports that government efforts to determine the effectiveness of the programs have been spotty at best.
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