These individualized services are designed to help a person achieve competitive and integrated employment, become self-employed, or establish a microenterprise business in their community.
Microenterprise business: A commercial business with five or fewer employees, including the owner(s) of the business.
Competitive, integrated employment: Employment that pays a minimum wage or an industry-standard, customary, or prevailing wage with comparable benefits (e.g., health insurance, leave time).
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