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College Track graduates are employed full time
COLLEGE TRACK GRADUATES EXPERIENCE STRONGER CAREER OUTCOMES WITH EVERY YEAR IN THE WORKFORCE Several years out of college , 89 % of graduates are employed full-time , up from 82 % last year . The median wage for full-time workers has also increased to $ 57,500 , up from last year and now higher than the national median for Bachelor ’ s degree holders ages 24 to 35 working full-time . 7 These employment data show that College Track graduates have bridged the opportunity gap by not only out-earning their parents ’ salaries , but also earning on par with the national average for all graduates , regardless of economic background .
COLLEGE TRACK • POST-COLLEGE OUTCOMES
College Track graduates are employed full time
2018 All N = 180 89 % 6 % 5 %
2017
2018
2017
2018
2017
All N = 135 82 % 10 % 8 %
Female-identified N = 137 90 % 6 % 4 %
Female-identified N = 103 80 % 9 % 11 %
Male-identified N *= 43 86 % 7 % 7 %
Male-identified N *= 32 88 % 12 %
89 % of College Track graduates are employed full-time , up from last year , with no big differences amongst genders .
Full-time Part-time Not working
Graduates from 2016 and earlier , excluding those who are in graduate school or say they are voluntarily unemployed .
Male employment this year is lower than last due to three graduates currently looking for work . Such variations from year to year are due to the outsized impact of a handful of graduates on our average .
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