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Datasets: National Postsecondary Student Aid Study (NPSAS:2000), and Beginning Postsecondary Students (BPS:01)

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Table Files: TPF/CPF
Work First, Study Second: Adult Undergraduates Who Combine Employment and Postsecondary Enrollment

Executive summary figures
Figure A Percentage distribution by age and the average age for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role: 1999–2000

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Figure B Percentage distribution of undergraduates age 24 or older according to marital status and number of dependents other than spouse, by student/employee role: 1999–2000

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Figure C Percentage distribution of working undergraduates age 24 or older according to separate and combined work and attendance intensity, by student/employee role: 1999–2000

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Figure D Percentage distribution of 6-year persistence and of highest degree attained in June 2001 for 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students age 24 or older with a degree goal, by degree goal and student/employee role when they first enrolled fig_d1
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Report figures
Figure 1 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduates and 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students who were age 24 or older, and among these older undergraduates, the percentage distribution by reported student/employee role

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Figure 2 Percentage distribution by age and the average age for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role: 1999–2000

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Figure 3 Percentage distribution of undergraduates age 24 or older according to marital status and number of dependents other than spouse, by student/employee role: 1999–2000

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Figure 4 Percentage distribution of working undergraduates age 24 or older according to separate and combined work and attendance intensity, by student/employee role: 1999–2000

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Figure 5 Percentage distribution by reported degree goal for 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students age 24 or older, by student/employee role

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Report tables
Table A Percentage distribution of institution attended for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and attendance intensity: 1999–2000 t9a
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Table 1 Percentage distribution of gender and race/ethnicity for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table 2 Percentage distribution of parents’ highest education levels for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table 3 Percentage distribution of income quartiles for undergraduates age 24 or older and their average income in 1998, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table 4 Percentage of undergraduates age 24 or older according to their marital status, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table 5 Percentage distribution of number of dependents other than spouse for undergraduates age 24 or older and the average number of dependents, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table 6 Percentage of undergraduates age 24 or older according to their attendance intensity, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table 7 Employment status of undergraduates age 24 or older during their postsecondary enrollment, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table 8 Percentage distribution of the enrollment and work intensity for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table 9 Percentage distribution of institution attended for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and attendance intensity: 1999–2000

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Table 10 Percentage distribution of degree program for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and attendance intensity: 1999–2000

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Table 11 Percentage distribution of major field of study for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and gender: 1999–2000

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Table 12 Among undergraduates age 24 or older who considered themselves employees who study, percentage who reported important reasons for enrolling in postsecondary education, by selected student and enrollment characteristics: 1999–2000

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Table 13 Percentage of undergraduates age 24 or older who applied for financial aid and who received various types of financial aid, by student/employee role and attendance intensity: 1999–2000

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Table 14 Among undergraduate financial aid recipients age 24 or older, the average amount of aid received, by student/employee role and attendance intensity: 1999–2000

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Table 15 Percentage of undergraduates age 24 or older who received aid from various sources, and among those who received aid, the average amount received, by student/employee role and attendance intensity: 1999–2000

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Table 16 Among undergraduates age 24 or older who considered themselves employees who study, percentage who received various types of aid and amounts received among aid recipients, by degree program and type of institution and by attendance intensity: 1999–2000

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Table 17 Among undergraduates age 24 or older who worked full time and attended full time, the percentage distribution (by columns) by selected student characteristics and student/employee role: 1999–2000

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Table 18 Percentage distribution of the 6-year persistence status and of highest degree attained in June 2001 for 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students age 24 or older, by student/employee role and attendance status when they first enrolled

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Table 19 Percentage distribution of the 6-year persistence status and of highest degree attained in June 2001 for 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students age 24 or older, by student/employee role and degree goal when they first enrolled

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Table 20 Percentage of 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students age 24 or older who completed a credential or were still enrolled in June 2001, and the percentage distribution of those who left, by year of departure as of June 2001, by degree goal and student/employee role when they first enrolled

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Table 21 Among 1995–96 beginning postsecondary students age 24 or older who considered themselves employees who study, the percentage who attained any credential or were still enrolled in 2001, by selected student and enrollment characteristics

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Appendices Tables
Table B-1 Variables with response rates between 85 percent and 90 percent

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Table B-2 Standard errors for table 8: Percentage distribution of the enrollment and work intensity for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000

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Table C-1 Percentage of undergraduates age 24 or older according to their attendance intensity, by student/employee role, gender, and age group: 1999–2000

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Table C-2 Employment status of undergraduates age 24 or older during their postsecondary enrollment, by student/employee role, gender, and age group: 1999–2000 c2a
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Table C-3 Percentage distribution of the enrollment and work intensity of undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role, gender, and age group: 1999–2000 c3a
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Table C-4 Percentage distribution of institution attended for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000 c4a
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Table C-5 Percentage distribution of institution attended for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role, attendance intensity, and gender: 1999–2000 c5a
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Table C-6 Percentage distribution by degree program for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role and age group: 1999–2000 c6a
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Table C-7 Percentage distribution by degree program for undergraduates age 24 or older, by student/employee role, attendance intensity, and gender: 1999–2000 c7a
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