|Table A26. Percentage of participants in formal work-related courses who took a course involving distance education, by selected adult characteristics: 2004-05|
|Black or African American||35.8|
|All other races||39.7|
|Hispanic or Latino||35.4|
|Age as of 2004|
|65 years or older||38.2|
|Highest level of educational attainment|
|Less than a high school diploma or equivalent||35.6|
|High school diploma or equivalent||42.6|
|Some college/vocational/associate's degree||28.6|
|Graduate or professional degree||29.8|
|Employment status in past week|
|Unemployed and looking for work||18.0|
|Not in the labor force||34.4|
|Months employed in past 12 months2|
|Professional and managerial||29.8|
|Sales, service, and clerical||34.1|
|Trades and labor||32.3|
1 All other races includes Asian/Pacific Islander, Native Hawaiian, American Indian, Alaska Native, those of more than one race, and those of other (unspecified) race. Race categories exclude those of Hispanic origin.
2 Includes only adults who worked in the past 12 months.
NOTE: 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.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Adult Education Survey of the 2005 National Household Education Surveys Program.