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Table H47. Percentage of male and female 1992 public high school graduates who worked for pay during 2000, by employment status and occupational credits earned in high school: 2000
  Males   Females
Occupational credits
earned in high school
Employed,
total
Full-
time
Part-
time
Employed,
total
Full-
time
Part-
time
All public high school graduates 94.086.915.1 86.674.120.0
None87.076.721.2 85.176.214.5
0.011.99 credits93.885.916.8 86.671.821.8
2.003.99 credits93.885.114.6 88.275.422.8
4.00 or more credits95.791.812.9 84.775.215.4
NOTE: Percentages reflect respondents who, at any time in 2000, were employed, were employed full-time, or were employed part-time.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, The National Education Longitudinal Study of 1988 (NELS:88/2000), "Fourth Follow-up, 2000."


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