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Beginning Subbaccalaureate Students' Labor Market Experiences: Six Years Later in 2009

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Table 1 INITIAL DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE PROGRAM: Percentage distribution of all 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, by initial degree or certificate program: 2004

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Table 2 DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE COMPLETION STATUS: Percentage distribution of all 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students and all those not enrolled as of spring 2009, by degree or certificate completion status: 2004–09

Table 3.1 DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage distribution of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 3.2 ENROLLMENT AND EMPLOYMENT DURING ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage distribution of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected enrollment and employment during enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 3.3 EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the annual salary earned, labor force participation rate, unemployment rate, percent satisfied with different aspects of their job, and the percentage distribution of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 4.1 UNEMPLOYMENT SPELLS BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 with one or more unemployment spells between leaving postsecondary education and spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 4.2 UNEMPLOYMENT SPELLS BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 with one or more unemployment spells between leaving postsecondary education and spring 2009, by sector of institution when first enrolled, field of study when last enrolled, and cumulative college grades when last enrolled: 2004–09

Table 5.1 EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who were in the labor force and/or employed in spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 5.2 EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who were in the labor force and/or employed in spring 2009, by sector of institution when first enrolled, field of study when last enrolled, and cumulative college grades when last enrolled: 2004–09

Table 6.1 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 in the labor force who were unemployed in spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 6.2 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 in the labor force who were unemployed in spring 2009, by sector of institution when first enrolled, field of study when last enrolled, and cumulative college grades when last enrolled: 2004–09

Table 7.1 SALARY EARNED BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, annual median salary and salary tercile at spring 2009 job for certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 7.2 SALARY EARNED BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, annual median salary and salary tercile at spring 2009 job for certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by sector of institution when first enrolled, field of study when last enrolled, and cumulative college grades when last enrolled: 2004–09

Table 7.3 SALARY EARNED BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, annual median salary and salary tercile at spring 2009 job for certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 8.1 EMPLOYER-OFFERED BENEFITS BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their employer offered the following benefits, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 8.2 EMPLOYER-OFFERED BENEFITS BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their employer offered the following benefits, by sector of institution when first enrolled, field of study when last enrolled, and cumulative college grades when last enrolled: 2004–09

Table 8.3 EMPLOYER-OFFERED BENEFITS BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their employer offered the following benefits, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 9.1 EDUCATION'S ROLE IN CAREER ADVANCEMENT BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their undergraduate education helped them advance in their career, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 9.2 EDUCATION'S ROLE IN CAREER ADVANCEMENT BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their undergraduate education helped them advance in their career, by sector of institution when first enrolled, field of study when last enrolled, and cumulative college grades when last enrolled: 2004–09

Table 9.3 EDUCATION'S ROLE IN CAREER ADVANCEMENT BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their undergraduate education helped them advance in their career, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 10.1 SATISFACTION WITH PAY AND BENEFITS BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with the pay and benefits of their job, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 10.2 SATISFACTION WITH PAY AND BENEFITS BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with the pay and benefits of their job, by sector of institution when first enrolled, field of study when last enrolled, and cumulative college grades when last enrolled: 2004–09

Table 10.3 SATISFACTION WITH PAY AND BENEFITS BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with the pay and benefits of their job, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 11.1 SATISFACTION WITH JOB BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with various aspects of their job, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 11.2 SATISFACTION WITH JOB BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with various aspects of their job, by sector of institution when first enrolled, field of study when last enrolled, and cumulative college grades when last enrolled: 2004–09

Table 11.3 SATISFACTION WITH JOB BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with various aspects of their job, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 12.1 DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage distribution of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 12.2 ENROLLMENT AND EMPLOYMENT DURING ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage distribution of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected enrollment and employment during enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 12.3 EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the annual salary earned, labor force participation rate, unemployment rate, percent satisfied with different aspects of their job, and the percentage distribution of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 13.1 UNEMPLOYMENT SPELLS BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 with one or more unemployment spells between leaving postsecondary education and spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 13.2 UNEMPLOYMENT SPELLS BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 with one or more unemployment spells between leaving postsecondary education and spring 2009, by enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 14.1 EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who were in the labor force and/or employed in spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 14.2 EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who were in the labor force and/or employed in spring 2009, by selected enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 15.1 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students in the labor force, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who were unemployed in spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 15.2 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students in the labor force, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who were unemployed in spring 2009, by selected enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 16.1 SALARY EARNED BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, annual median salary and salary tercile at spring 2009 job for certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 16.2 SALARY EARNED BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, annual median salary and salary tercile at spring 2009 job for certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 16.3 SALARY EARNED BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, annual median salary and salary tercile at spring 2009 job for certificate completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009, by selected spring 2009 enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 17.1 EMPLOYER-OFFERED BENEFITS BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their employer offered the following benefits, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 17.2 EMPLOYER-OFFERED BENEFITS BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their employer offered the following benefits, by selected enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 17.3 EMPLOYER-OFFERED BENEFITS BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their employer offered the following benefits, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 18.1 EDUCATION'S ROLE IN CAREER ADVANCEMENT BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their undergraduate education helped them advance in their career, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 18.2 EDUCATION'S ROLE IN CAREER ADVANCEMENT BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their undergraduate education helped them advance in their career, by selected enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 18.3 EDUCATION'S ROLE IN CAREER ADVANCEMENT BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported that their undergraduate education helped them advance in their career, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 19.1 SATISFACTION WITH PAY AND BENEFITS BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with pay and benefits of their job, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 19.2 SATISFACTION WITH PAY AND BENEFITS BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with pay and benefits of their job, by selected enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 19.3 SATISFACTION WITH PAY AND BENEFITS BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, the percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with pay and benefits of their job, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 20.1 SATISFACTION WITH JOB BY DEMOGRAPHICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with various aspects of their job, by selected demographic characteristics: 2004–09

Table 20.2 SATISFACTION WITH JOB BY ENROLLMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with various aspects of their job, by selected enrollment characteristics: 2004–09

Table 20.3 SATISFACTION WITH JOB BY EMPLOYMENT CHARACTERISTICS: Among 2003–04 first-time postsecondary students employed in spring 2009, percentage of associate's degree completers and noncompleters as of spring 2009 who reported satisfaction with various aspects of their job, by selected spring 2009 employment characteristics: 2004–09

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