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Table B05SE. Standard errors for the percentage of students who were employed full time, by highest credential attained, field of study when last enrolled, and sex, among 199596 and 200304 beginning postsecondary students who were employed and not enrolled 6 years later: 2001 and 2009
Highest credential attained and field of study Total   Female   Male  
2001   2009 2001   2009 2001   2009
                         
Total, all beginning students who were
employed and not enrolled 6 years later
0.79   0.66   1.32   0.82   0.52   1.03  
                         
Attained subbaccalaureate credential 1.89   1.27   2.60   1.87   1.43   1.72  
Career/technical field of study 1.89   1.53   2.67   2.28   1.37   2.19  
Academic field of study 6.56   5.27     7.27     3.37  
                         
Attained certificate 2.05   1.86   2.43   2.56   2.16   2.15  
Career/technical field of study 1.70   2.46   2.53   3.27   2.01   2.89  
Academic field of study   6.27     9.31      
                         
Attained associate's degree 3.75   2.17   5.61   3.19   1.79   2.70  
Career/technical field of study 4.26   2.31   6.66   3.49   1.95   3.35  
Academic field of study   6.68     9.02     4.89  
                         
Attained bachelor's degree 0.70   0.75   0.71   1.00   1.19   1.15  
Career field of study 0.87   0.87   1.11   1.04   1.28   1.30  
Academic field of study 1.17   1.41   2.17   1.95   2.25   2.23  
                         
Did not attain a credential 1.30   1.13   2.18   1.37   1.27   1.87  
† Not applicable.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 1995–96 and 2003–04 Beginning Postsecondary Students Longitudinal Studies, Second Follow-ups (BPS:96/01 and BPS:04/09).

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