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Datasets: BB:97 Baccalureate and Beyond Second Follow-up

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Life After College: A Desciptive Summary of 1992-93 Bachelor's Degree Receipients in 1997, With an Essay on Participation in Graduate and First-Professional Education

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1 Expected to attain a graduate/professional degree
  1993
1994
1997

t1a
t1b
t1c
2 Educational expecatations
  1993
1997

t2a
t2b
3 Highest degree expected t3a
t3b

4 Admission exams

t4a
t4b
5 Took exam, applied, and accepted

t5a
t5b
6 Graduate/professional school  
  Applied for admission
Accepted if applied
Enrolled if accepted

t5a
t6b
t6c
7 Degree program

t7
8 Months between BA receipt and first enrollment

t8
9 Carnegie Classification of the institution attended

t9
10 Field of study

t10
11
Enrollment and employed status
 
 
Enrollment status
Employment status

t11a
t11b
12 Time attended

t12
13
Status
 
 
Coursework
Exams
Thesis

t13_1a
t13_1b
t13_2a
t13_2b
t13_3a
t13_3b
14 Financial aid

t14a
t14b
15 Degree enrollment and attainment

t15a
t15b
Compendium tables
Section 1: Employment Status

I.1 Employment and enrollment
  Enrollment/employment status
Total enrolled
Total employed

ci1_1
ci1_1b
ci1_2
ci1_2b
ci1_3
ci1_3b
2
Employment and unemployment
 
 
Total employed
Employment status
Unemployment rate

ci2_1
ci2_2
ci2_3
3 Number of jobs  
  Total number of jobs
Average number of jobs

ci3_1
ci3_2
4 1997 Occupation

ci4_1
5 Salaries  
    Salary distribution ci5_1
Average annual salary

ci5_2
6
Unemployment
 
 
Unemployment spells  
ci6_1
Unemployment rate in April 1997- 3,4  

ci6_2
Section 2: Characteristics of April Job

1 Job characteristics for primary job  
    Closely related to degree cii1_1
Has definite career potential cii1_2
April job has built on skills from previous job(s) cii1_3
Working fewer than 35 hours a week cii1_4
Part-time job cii1_5
Underemployed

cii1_6
2 Job Benefits

cii2_1
3 Satisfaction with work environment  
    Co-workers cii3_1
Supervisor cii3_2
Working conditions

cii3_3
4
Satisfaction with benefits and advancement opportunities
 
 
Job security
cii4_1
Job challenge
cii4_2
Fringe benefits
cii4_3
Educational benefits
cii4_4
Promotion opportunity
cii4_5
Pay

cii4_6
5 Reasons for takingcurrent positions related to the nature of the work itself

cii5_1
6 Financial reasons for taking current positions

cii6_1
7 How found job cii7_1

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