|Table A14. Percentage of employed participants in formal work-related courses who reported each type of employer support for their participation in such courses, by type of instructional provider and topic of instruction: 2004-05|
|Type of instructional provider and topic of instruction||Any employer financial support||Salary paid during time of training||Employer paid for part or all of tuition, books, and other materials|
|Type of instructional provider|
|Business or industry||86.2||74.2||80.8|
|Professional association or organization||85.2||76.8||80.6|
|Topic of instruction|
|Social sciences and services||81.1||70.2||70.3|
1 Employer overrode other types of instructional providers; see the glossary for more detail on instructional providers.
2 This category includes courses in basic education, personal awareness/improvement, and physical education/leisure.
NOTE: This table includes only adults who worked at any time in the past 12 months. The estimates in this table were based on information that was collected on up to four work-related courses taken in the 12 months prior to the interview. If an adult took more than four courses, four were sampled for data collection. Respondents could list multiple types of employer support for each course.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Adult Education Survey of the 2005 National Household Education Surveys Program.