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Table SH31. Standard errors for the percentage of public high school graduates who earned any credits in each occupational area and among those graduates, average number of credits earned and percentage who concentrated in each area: 2005
Occupational area Percent of graduates earning any credits in occupational area Among those who earned any credits in the occupational area
Average credits earned in occupational area Percent who were 2-credit concentrators in the area1 Percent who were 3-credit concentrators in the area2
Agriculture and natural resources 0.54 0.070 1.70 1.39
Business 1.08 0.023 0.92 0.48
Communications and design 0.79 0.026 0.88 0.55
Computer and information sciences 0.91 0.029 1.04 0.69
Construction and architecture 0.33 0.089 1.91 1.75
Consumer and culinary services 0.77 0.042 1.16 0.78
Engineering technologies 0.53 0.045 1.53 1.01
Health sciences 0.66 0.083 2.35 2.03
Manufacturing, repair, and transportation 0.85 0.055 1.30 1.08
Marketing 0.54 0.049 1.65 1.19
Public services 0.61 0.100 2.40 1.95
SOURCE: U .S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, High School Transcript Study (HSTS), 2005.


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