The effectiveness has been determined using the income levels of the labor. The data has the income levels of the labors for three years: 2005, 2006 and 2009. Since the recession in the US started in 2007, the income in the years 2005 and 2006 represent the income of the labor pre-recession whereas the income in the year 2009 represents the income of the workers post training which were given in the years 2007 and 2008. Since the objective of a typical training program is to enhance the employment of the country. It is worth noting here that due to recession, jobs which were previously available to a relatively less-lettered person were not available to them anymore. So, the expected impact of the training was to have a job scenario in the US market which was akin to one pre-recession. If this condition were satisfied, the labors will have more opportunities in the market. Shifting jobs then should lead to an increase in the income. Hence, the efficiency of the training program has been determined using the change in the income of the labors in the three years. To capture the income of the labor in the pre-recession period, the incomes of the years 2005 and 2006 have been averaged out so that the pre-recession income becomes the average of the income in the years 2005 and 2006. The post-training income is represented by the income of the year 2009. The dependent variable in the analysis is the effectiveness of the training program. This effectiveness is derived in two ways. The first method is a ternary response variable having the value 1 if there has been an increase in the income post training with respect to the pre-recession time period, 0 if there is no change at all and -1 if the income has declined after training. The second measure of effectiveness is the fractional amount of change in the income.