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1 Economic Success Metrics Report of Employment and Earnings Outcomes for Degrees, Apprenticeships and Certificates Earned at Public Institutions of Higher Education As required by Section 129, Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 6002 Office of Financial Management Education Research & Data Center May 2015

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3 Introduction In a 2014 budget proviso, the Legislature directed the Education Research and Data Center (ERDC) to prepare an economic success metrics report of employment and earnings outcomes for degrees, apprenticeships, and certificates earned at institutions of higher education (Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 6002, Section 129). This report displays earnings of students who have received certificates or degrees from public universities and colleges (including community and technical colleges) and for those who have completed apprenticeship programs in Washington and are employed in the state. Unemployment insurance (UI) wage records collected by the Washington State Employment Security Department are used to determine earnings. These data do not include self-employed individuals, federal employees or those employed exclusively outside Washington state. Earnings are displayed by calendar year, and a person must have earned a minimal amount each quarter to be included. This report does not represent the earnings a student should expect upon completion of a degree or certificate. Earnings for a given credential depend on the relative demand for the corresponding skills, as well as students knowledge, ability, work ethic, geographic location and other factors. All these factors can vary over time and between individual students. Therefore, the earnings and employment rates contained in this report should be used as inputs to a more thorough and broad assessment of the potential earnings associated with a degree or certificate. In addition to this report, ERDC has published on its website an interactive display that shows the earnings data by field of study, by degree level and by institution for award years 2008 to Up to five years of follow-up earnings data are available. A second method of viewing the data more of an interactive dashboard display is also available. All the tools, data and report are available on our website. Summary of findings Generally, these data show higher earnings are associated with more education. The median firstyear earnings for 2012 graduates ranged from $32,800 for graduates with a certificate requiring at least one year of study to $74,900 for graduates with doctoral degrees in professional fields. The highest median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with certificates requiring at least one year of study were in engineering technologies and engineering-related fields. The median earnings were $39,400. Median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with associate s degrees were $35,500. South Seattle College and North Seattle College topped the scale at $47,700 and $47,500, respectively. The highest median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with associate s degrees were in health professionals and related programs. The median earnings were $47,900. Graduates who received this degree from Bellevue College had median earnings of $57,600. Median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with bachelor s degrees were $37,900. University of Washington graduates topped the scale at $41,400. 1

4 The highest median first-year earnings of 2012 graduates with a bachelor s degree were in computer and information science and support services. The median earnings were $69,400 for this program. Median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with master s degrees were $56,600. University of Washington graduates topped the scale at $63,400. Earnings outcomes for graduates Figure 1: Graduates with postsecondary credentials Figure 1 shows median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates by postsecondary credentials. The highest median earnings were for graduates with doctoral degrees in professional fields. The 2012 graduates who were working in apprenticeships faired almost as well as those in the highest-paid category of doctoral degrees ($69,200 compared to $74,900, respectively). Graduates with a certificate requiring at least one year of study showed the lowest median first-year earnings at $32,800. The largest gap between categories is the difference in median earnings for bachelor s degree holders ($37,900) and master s degree recipients ($56,600). Figure 1: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates by Postsecondary Credentials Certificate requiring at least one year of study $32,800 Associate's degree $35,500 Bachelor's degree $37,900 Master's degree $56,600 Doctor's degree - research/scholarship $66,600 Apprenticeship $69,200 Doctor's degree - professional practice $74,900 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 2

5 Figure 2: Apprenticeship completers Figure 2 compares median first-year earnings for apprenticeship completers by classification of instructional program group. The Washington state median earning for all first-year apprenticeship completers was $69,200. Law enforcement, firefighting and related protective services apprenticeships had the highest median first-year earnings ($86,900). Construction trades apprenticeships had the lowest median first-year earning ($66,900). Figure 2: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Apprenticeship Completers, by Classification of Instructional Programs Group Construction Trades $66,900 Washington State Median, Apprenticeships $69,200 Precision Production $72,900 Transportation and Materials Moving $75,700 Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians $80,800 Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services $86,900 $0 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $100,000 3

6 Figure 3: Certificates by college Figure 3 shows the median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with certificates requiring at least one year of study, by college. The median first-year earning for these graduates across all Washington colleges was $32,800. The school with the lowest first-year earnings for graduates with these degrees was Centralia College ($23,100); the highest, Edmonds Community College ($39,500). Figure 3: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Certificates Requiring at Least One Year of Study, by College Centralia College Clark College Yakima Valley College Seattle Vocational Institute Walla Walla Community College Bellingham Technical College Columbia Basin College Skagit Valley College Peninsula College Spokane Community College Seattle Central College Tacoma Community College Highline College Olympic College Everett Community College South Seattle College Clover Park Technical College Green River Community College Shoreline Community College Renton Technical College Washington State Median - Certificates Big Bend Community College Pierce College - Fort Steilacoom North Seattle College Wenatchee Valley College Bates Technical College Lower Columbia College Lake Washington Institute of Technology Bellevue College Edmonds Community College $23,100 $25,100 $25,400 $26,300 $27,500 $28,300 $28,900 $29,700 $30,000 $30,500 $30,600 $30,700 $31,300 $31,300 $31,800 $32,000 $32,300 $32,300 $32,300 $32,700 $32,800 $33,100 $33,100 $34,600 $34,600 $34,700 $34,700 $35,500 $38,400 $39,500 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 4

7 Figure 4: Certificates by instructional program Figure 4 compares median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with certificates requiring at least one year of study, by classification of instructional programs. By this measure, engineering technologies and engineering-related fields registered the highest median first-year earnings ($39,400). The Washington state median first-year earning for all certificate holders was $32,800. The lowest median first-year earnings were received by graduates with certificates in education ($24,600). Figure 4: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Completers of Certificates Requiring at Least One Year of Study, by Classification of Instructional Programs Group Education $24,600 Personal and Culinary Services $25,500 Health Professions and Related Programs $30,200 Construction Trades $32,500 Washington State Median - Certificates Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services Legal Professions and Studies $32,800 $33,400 $33,700 $35,100 Transportation and Materials Moving $36,900 Precision Production $37,000 Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians $37,800 Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services $38,100 Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences $38,200 Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields $39,400 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 $45,000 5

8 Figure 5: Certificates for health professions by college Figure 5 shows measures of median first-year earnings for 2012 for those who received certificates requiring at least one year of study in health professions and related programs. The median first-year earnings for 2012 people with these certificates were $30,200. The institution where 2012 graduates with certificates in health professions and related programs had the highest median first-year earnings was Bellevue College ($37,400). The college with the lowest median first-year earnings for the same cohort and certificate was Centralia College ($20,600). Figure 5: Median First-Year Earnings of Completers With Certificates Requiring at Least One Year of Study, with Certificates in Health Professions and Related Programs, by College Centralia College Walla Walla Community College Clark College Yakima Valley College Seattle Vocational Institute College Edmonds Community College Bellingham Technical College Columbia Basin College Wenatchee Valley College South Seattle College Bates Technical College Skagit Valley College Everett Community College Tacoma Community College Spokane Community College Washington State Median, Health Professions and Renton Technical College Highline College Shoreline Community College Clover Park Technical College Olympic College North Seattle College Lake Washington Institute of Technology College Lower Columbia College Bellevue College $20,600 $23,700 $24,900 $25,900 $26,600 $27,400 $27,900 $28,700 $28,800 $29,100 $29,200 $29,800 $29,900 $29,900 $30,100 $30,200 $31,100 $31,300 $31,600 $31,800 $32,900 $34,100 $34,500 $36,900 $37,400 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 6

9 Figure 6: Certificates for mechanic and repair by college Figure 6 shows the median first-year earnings for 2012 completers with certificates requiring at least one year of study in mechanic and repair technologies, by college. The Washington state median for this category and cohort was $37,800. The highest median first-year earnings were received by Bates Technical College graduates ($43,800); the lowest, Green River Community College graduates ($27,700). Figure 6: Median First-Year Earnings of Completers With Certificates Requiring at Least One Year of Study, with Certificates in Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians, by College Green River Community College $27,700 Shoreline Community College $29,500 South Seattle College $32,800 Renton Technical College $34,200 Clover Park Technical College $36,900 Washington State Median, Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians $37,800 Edmonds Community College $40,600 Bates Technical College $43,800 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 $45,000 $50,000 7

10 Figure 7: Associates degrees by college Figure 7 compares median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with associate degrees, by college. The colleges sharing the highest median first-year earnings for this category of students were South Seattle College and North Seattle College ($47,500). The Washington state median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with associate degrees was $35,500. For this category of degree and this cohort, the lowest median first-year earnings were received by Spokane Falls Community College graduates ($26,800). Figure 7: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Associate Degrees, by College Spokane Falls Community College Whatcom Community College Cascadia College Clark College Big Bend Community College Olympic College Yakima Valley College South Puget Sound Community College Centralia College Highline College Green River Community College Columbia Basin College Peninsula College Pierce College - Fort Steilacoom Everett Community College Pierce College - Puyallup Spokane Community College Seattle Central College Washington State Median, Associate Degree Grays Harbor College Edmonds Community College Wenatchee Valley College Skagit Valley College Clover Park Technical College Renton Technical College Bellingham Technical College Bellevue College Tacoma Community College Lake Washington Institute of Technology Lower Columbia College Bates Technical College Walla Walla Community College Shoreline Community College South Seattle College North Seattle College $26,800 $29,300 $29,500 $31,300 $31,400 $31,400 $31,800 $31,900 $33,200 $33,300 $33,400 $33,500 $33,900 $33,900 $34,200 $34,400 $34,900 $35,000 $35,500 $35,700 $36,000 $36,300 $36,500 $36,700 $36,700 $38,200 $39,800 $40,000 $40,400 $40,600 $40,700 $41,100 $42,700 $47,500 $47,700 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 $45,000 $50,000 8

11 Figure 8: Associates degrees by instructional program Figure 8 compares median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with associate degrees, by classification of instructional programs group. Health professionals and related programs had the highest median first-year earnings ($47,300). The Washington state median first-year earnings for all associate degrees was $35,500. The lowest median first-year earnings were received by graduates with associate degrees in education ($25,100). Figure 8: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Associate Degrees, by Classification of Instructional Programs Group Education Personal and Culinary Services Communications Technologies/Technicians and Support Services Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities Visual and Performing Arts Legal Professions and Studies Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services Natural Resources and Conservation Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services Washington State Median, Associate Degree Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians Physical Sciences Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services Precision Production Construction Trades Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields Health Professions and Related Programs $25,100 $25,800 $27,700 $28,000 $31,600 $32,400 $33,800 $34,300 $34,400 $34,800 $35,500 $36,300 $36,900 $37,800 $39,700 $41,100 $43,900 $47,300 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 9

12 Figure 9: Associates degree in business, marketing and related support services Figure 9 compares the median first-year earnings for graduates with associate degrees in business, management, marketing and related support services across community colleges that offer these degrees. The Washington state median was $33,800. The 2012 graduates with the highest first-year median earnings in this category were graduates of Edmonds Community College ($43,000); the lowest, South Puget Sound Community College ($31,900). Figure 9: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Associate Degrees in Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, by College South Puget Sound Community College $31,900 Highline College $33,100 Tacoma Community College $33,100 Washington State Median, Associate Degree, Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services $33,800 Green River Community College $34,400 Everett Community College $36,200 Bellevue College $39,500 Edmonds Community College $43,000 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 10

13 Figure 10: Associate degree, health professions and related programs Figure 10 compares median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with associate degrees in health professions and related programs by college. The Washington state median earnings for this cohort and degree was $47,300. The highest first-year earnings were received by Bellevue College graduates ($57,600); the lowest, Spokane Falls Community College graduates ($31,400). Figure 10: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Associate Degrees in Health Professions and Related Programs, by College Spokane Falls Community College Pierce College - Fort Steilacoom Renton Technical College Highline College Yakima Valley College Clover Park Technical College Bellingham Technical College Whatcom Community College Bates Technical College Community Colleges of Spokane (District) Pierce College District Spokane Community College Green River Community College Peninsula College South Puget Sound Community College Clark College Columbia Basin College Washington State Median, Health Professions and Related Lake Washington Institute of Technology Olympic College Wenatchee Valley College Skagit Valley College Seattle Central College Everett Community College Walla Walla Community College Tacoma Community College Lower Columbia College Seattle Colleges (District) Shoreline Community College North Seattle College Pierce College - Puyallup Bellevue College $31,400 $33,900 $34,900 $35,800 $37,500 $39,400 $40,700 $42,900 $43,500 $43,500 $43,700 $44,500 $45,100 $45,800 $45,900 $46,300 $47,000 $47,300 $47,500 $48,400 $48,500 $48,600 $50,300 $50,500 $50,700 $51,800 $55,100 $55,500 $55,700 $56,900 $57,400 $57,600 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 11

14 Figure 11: Academic degrees by degree type Figure 11 shows median first-year earnings for 2012 university graduates by degree. Median firstyear earnings for 2012 graduates were $37,900 for bachelor s degree holders, $56,600 for those with master s degrees, $66,600 for graduates with doctorates applied to research or scholarship, and $74,900 for doctoral degree recipients in professional practice. More information on the degree categories used here is available in Appendix I under award. Figure 11: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Academic Degrees from Universities, by Degree Bachelor's degree $37,900 Master's degree $56,600 Doctorate degree - research/scholarship $66,600 Doctorate degree - professional practice $74,900 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 12

15 Figure 12: Bachelor s degree by university Figure 12 provides median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with bachelor s degrees, by university. The Washington median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with bachelor s degrees was $37,900. The highest median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with bachelor s degrees were received by graduates of the University of Washington ($41,400); the lowest, The Evergreen State College ($30,200). Figure 12: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Bachelor's Degree, by University The Evergreen State College $30,200 Western Washington University $32,900 Eastern Washington University $34,100 Central Washington University $36,700 Washington State Median, Bachelor's Degree $37,900 Washington State University $39,900 University of Washington $41,400 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 $45,000 13

16 Figure 13: Popular bachelor s degrees by instructional program Figure 13 shows median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates of the top 10 bachelor s degree programs, by classification of instructional programs group. The Washington state median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates in this category of bachelor s degrees was $37,900. The highest median first-year earnings for this cohort were earned by graduates with computer and information sciences and support services ($69,400). The lowest median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates among this group of bachelor s degrees were for psychology majors ($30,000). Figure 13: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates from the Top Ten Bachelor's Degree Programs, by Classification of Instructional Programs Group Psychology $30,000 Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $30,700 Biological and Biomedical Sciences $30,900 Social Sciences $34,300 Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs $34,600 Education $36,300 Washington State Median, Bachelor's Degree $37,900 Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services $43,800 Health Professions and Related Programs $59,300 Engineering $65,700 Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services $69,400 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 14

17 Figure 14: Bachelor s degree in business, management, by university Figure 14 compares the median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with bachelor s degrees in business, management, marketing and related support services, by university. The Washington state median first-year earnings for this cohort and category of degrees was $43,800 $5,900 more than the Washington state median for all bachelor s degrees. The highest median first-year earnings for these degrees and cohort were for University of Washington graduates ($48,900); the lowest median first-year earnings for Eastern Washington University graduates ($37,300). Figure 14: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Bachelor's Degrees in Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, by University Eastern Washington University $37,300 Washington State Median, Bachelor's Degree $37,900 Western Washington University $40,400 Central Washington University $40,500 Washington State Median, Bachelor's Degree, Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services $43,800 Washington State University $45,600 University of Washington $48,900 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 15

18 Figure 15: Bachelor s degree in engineering by university Figure 15 compares data for median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with bachelor s degrees in engineering or engineering technologies and engineering-related fields by university. For graduates with engineering technologies and related bachelor s degrees, the median first-year earnings were $55,000 $17,100 higher than median first-year earnings for all 2012 graduates with bachelor s degrees of $37,900. Looking just at engineering degrees, the median first-year earnings were $27,800 higher than the median for all bachelor s degrees at $65,700. Figure 15: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Bachelor's Degrees in Engineering or Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields, by University Washington State Median, Bachelor's Degree $37,900 Western Washington University, Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields $54,900 Washington State Median, Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields $55,000 Central Washington University, Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields $55,200 Washington State University, Engineering $63,600 Washington State Median, Engineering $65,700 University of Washington, Engineering $67,600 $0 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 16

19 Figure 16: Bachelor s degree in computer and information sciences Figure 16 shows data on median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with bachelor s degrees in computer and information sciences and support services by university. The state median for graduates with the degrees in computer and information sciences was $69,400 $31,500 higher than the median first-year earnings for all graduates with bachelor s degrees. Graduates from the University of Washington had the highest first-year median earnings for these degrees, $73,600. Figure 16: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Bachelor's Degrees in Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, by University Washington State Median, Bachelor's Degree $37,900 Washington State Median, Bachelor's Degree, Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services $69,400 Washington State University $70,100 University of Washington $73,600 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 17

20 Figure 17: Master s degrees by university Figure 17 compares the median first-year earnings of 2012 graduates from Washington universities with master s degrees. The Washington median earning for graduates with this degree was $56,600. The highest earnings for those with master s degrees were from the University of Washington ($63,400). The lowest earnings were for Eastern Washington University graduates ($47,800). Figure 17: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Master's Degree, by University Eastern Washington University $47,800 Western Washington University $49,200 The Evergreen State College $50,000 Central Washington University $50,600 Washington State University $54,200 Washington State Median, Master's Degree $56,600 University of Washington $63,400 $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 18

21 Figure 18: Master s degree by instructional program Figure 18 compares the median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with master s degrees by the area of study. The median first-year earning across all master s degree completers was $56,600. Two fields (health professions and related programs; engineering) showed median first-year earnings above the statewide median for all master s degrees. The lowest median first-year earnings were received by graduates with degrees in multi/interdisciplinary studies ($40,800). Figure 18: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Master's Degree, by Classification of Instructional Programs Group Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies $40,800 Natural Resources and Conservation $41,300 English Language and Literature/Letters $41,400 Architecture and Related Services $45,800 Public Administration and Social Service Professions $46,400 Library Science $47,800 Psychology $48,300 Biological and Biomedical Sciences $49,800 Education $50,900 Washington State Median, Master's Degree $56,600 Health Professions and Related Programs $74,000 Engineering $76,100 $0 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 19

22 Figure 19: Doctoral degrees by type and university Figure 19 compares median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with doctoral degrees by type of degree and by university. The categories are limited to those having at least 30 recipients in the category. To capture the differences in doctoral degree fields, the graph provides two overall medians one for research/scholarship recipients and one for professional practice degrees. These two categories had statewide median first-year earnings of $66,600 and $74,900, respectively. The highest earning degrees for this cohort were Washington State University doctorates in professional practices ($90,800). The lowest median first-year earnings were for those who received Washington State University doctorates in scholarship professions ($62,500). Figure 19: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Doctoral Degrees, by Type and University Washington State University, Doctorateresearch/scholarship $62,500 University of Washington, Doctorate degree-professional practice $64,700 Washington State Median, Doctorateresearch/scholarship $66,600 University of Washington, Doctorate-research/scholarship $67,100 Washington State Median, Doctorate-professional practice $74,900 Washington State University, Doctorate degreeprofessional practice $90,800 $0 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $100,000 20

23 Figure 20: Doctorates by instructional program Figure 20 shows median first-year earnings for 2012 graduates with doctorate degrees from universities by classification of instructional program group. The graph provides two overall medians: one for research/scholarship recipients and one for professional practice degrees. These two categories had statewide median first-year earnings of $66,600 and $74,900, respectively. The lowest median first-year earnings were for research/scholarship doctorates in biological and biomedical sciences ($41,800) and the highest median earnings for first-year doctorates were for those with a research/scholarship degree in education ($101,400). Figure 20: Median First-Year Earnings of 2012 Graduates with Doctoral Degrees from Universities, by Classification of Instructional Programs Group Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Doctoral degree - research/scholarship $41,800 Legal Professions and Studies, Doctoral degree - professional practice $63,200 Washington State Median, Doctoral degree - research/scholarship $66,600 Health Professions and Related Programs, Doctoral degree - research/scholarship $67,200 Washington State Median, Doctoral degree - professional practice $74,900 Health Professions and Related Programs, Doctoral degree - professional practice $75,500 Education, Doctoral degree - research/scholarship $101,400 $0 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $100,000 $120,000 21

24 Appendix I: Definition of Terms AWARDS Awards are degrees, certificates and apprenticeship completions. Colleges (including community and technical colleges) and universities award degrees. Community and technical colleges also award certificates. The Department of Labor and Industries oversees apprenticeship programs. Completer and graduate are used interchangeably to refer to those who earn awards. The following elements are used to describe awards: Award year academic year of the award (fall through summer) Award type: Certificate requiring at least one year of full-time study Apprenticeship Degree: associate degree, bachelor s degree, master s degree, doctoral degree professional practice (medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physical therapy, law), doctoral degree research/scholarship (Ph.D.; Ed.D.) Field of study The colleges and universities provided U.S. Department of Education Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) codes for all completers. Apprenticeship data contained Standard Occupation Code (SOC) for the occupation associated with the apprenticeship. We used a SOC-to-CIP crosswalk to associate the apprenticeship programs with a CIP code. EARNINGS The Washington State Employment Security Department provided unemployment insurance wage records for individuals employed in Washington. Earnings measures for all cohort members who are employed in Washington and who meet the minimum wage thresholds described below. Earnings are measured for full calendar years after program completion. Earnings data are available only through calendar year Earnings data are adjusted for inflation. Values are adjusted to fourth quarter of 2013 using the Chain-Weight Implicit Price Deflator for personal consumption expenditures. All values are rounded to the nearest $100. Earnings data for individuals who meet certain criteria: Those who work all four quarters in a calendar year, whose minimum quarterly earnings in the year are at least $3,500, and whose annual earnings are at least $14,000. The $3,500 per quarter and $14,000 per year roughly correspond to employment of 75 percent of full-time hours at Washington s minimum wage. Earnings are displayed as percentile values. The median is the value that divides the earners into two groups half earning more than the median and half earning less. 22

25 There are minimum cell sizes required for display. When there are at least 30 individuals in a follow-up calendar year, we display the median earnings of that group. If there are at least 90 individuals in a cohort, the 25 th and 75 th percentile earnings are available. FIELD OF STUDY The colleges and universities provided U.S. Department of Education Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) codes for all completers. Apprenticeship data contained standard occupation code (SOC) for the occupation associated with the apprenticeship. We used an SOC-to-CIP crosswalk to associate the apprenticeship programs with a CIP code. A field of study may be listed in a report but no earnings are displayed because that program does not have at least 30 completers employed in Washington. FOLLOW-UP YEAR Refers to the full calendar year (January through December) of the year indicated at the top of the column. INSTITUTION Institution is the general term referring to a college (includes community and technical colleges) or university that awards degrees and/or certificate or a program that certifies completion of apprenticeships. MEDIAN EARNINGS The median or 50 th percentile value is the value that divides the earners into two groups: half earning more than the median and half earning less. MULTIPLE AWARDS For displays that do not break out results by field of study, an individual is represented only once per year, even if the individual received more than one award in a year. We use the record corresponding to the highest level award in these cases. Example: Mark is awarded a certificate and an associate degree in He is a member of the associate degree recipient cohort, but is not included in the certificate recipient cohort. For displays that show results by field of study, an individual is represented for each field of study associated with his or her awards in a particular year. Example: Luis receives a bachelor s degree in applied mathematics and a bachelor s degree in statistics in Since both degrees are in the same field of study group (mathematics and statistics), he is counted only once in the analysis for that field of study. Example: Sarah receives a bachelor s degree in meteorology (physical sciences) and a bachelor s degree in TV broadcasting (communications) in Her outcomes are displayed with each of the tables associated with her fields of study. (Her outcomes are included only once in the institutional profile [institution-award level] and in the summary by award level.) We include records for the same individual for each year he or she receives an award. Example: Jennifer receives an associate degree in and a bachelor s degree in She is a member of the associate degree cohort and the bachelor s degree cohort. 23

26 PROGRAM COMPLETERS (COHORTS) The tables in this report provide earnings data for groups of individuals (cohorts) who completed programs in All cohorts are defined by the year of completion and the level of the award. They may be further subdivided by organization and/or field of study. The following rules in assigning individuals to cohorts were applied: For displays that do not break out results by field of study, an individual is represented only once per year, even if the individual received more than one award in a year. We use the record corresponding to the highest-level award in these cases. Example: Mark is awarded a certificate and an associate s degree in He is a member of the associate degree recipient cohort, but is not included in the certificate recipient cohort. For displays that show results by field of study, an individual is represented for each field of study associated with his or her awards in a particular year. Example: Luis receives a bachelor s degree in applied mathematics and a bachelor s degree in statistics in Since both degrees are in the same field of study group (mathematics and statistics), he is counted only once in the analysis for that field of study. Example: Sarah receives a bachelor s degree in meteorology (physical sciences) and a bachelor s degree in TV broadcasting (communications) in Her outcomes are displayed with each of the field of study tables associated with her fields of study. (Her outcomes are included only once in the institutional profile [institution-award level] and in the summary by award level.) Records for the same individual for each year he or she receives an award were included. Example: Jennifer receives an associate degree in and a bachelor s degree in She is a member of the associate degree cohort and the bachelor s degree cohort. 24

27 Appendix II: Institutions and Award Levels Bachelor s degree column shows first-year applied bachelor s degrees that were awarded in community and technical colleges (for institutions awarding these degrees by ). Institution Name Location Awards Offered Apprenticeship Certificates Associate Bachelor Master Doctoral University of Washington Seattle X X X Washington State University Pullman X X X Central Washington University Ellensburg X X Eastern Washington University Cheney X X X Western Washington University Bellingham X X The Evergreen State College Olympia X X Bates Technical College Tacoma X X Bellevue College Bellevue X X Bellingham Technical College Bellingham X X Big Bend Community College Moses Lake X X Cascadia College Bothell X X Centralia College Centralia X X Clark College Vancouver X X Clover Park Technical College Lakewood X X Columbia Basin College Pasco X X Edmonds Community College Lynnwood X X Everett Community College Everett X X Grays Harbor College Aberdeen X X Green River Community College Auburn X X Highline College Des Moines X X Lake Washington Institute of Technology Kirkland X X Lower Columbia College Longview X X North Seattle College Seattle X X Olympic College Bremerton X X Peninsula College Port Angeles X X Pierce College-Fort Steilacoom Lakewood X X Pierce College-Puyallup Puyallup X X Renton Technical College Renton X X Seattle Central College Seattle X X Seattle Vocational Institute Seattle X X 25

28 Appendix II: Institutions and Award Levels (continued) Institution Name Location Awards Offered Apprenticeship Certificates Associate Bachelor Master Doctoral Shoreline Community College Seattle X X Skagit Valley College Mount Vernon South Puget Sound Community College Olympia X X South Seattle College Seattle X X Spokane Community College Spokane X X Spokane Falls Community College Spokane X X Tacoma Community College Tacoma X X Walla Walla Community College Walla Walla X X Wenatchee Valley College Wenatchee X X Whatcom Community College Bellingham X X Yakima Valley Community College Yakima X X State Apprenticeship Programs meeting size criteria for display: X X Operating Engineers Regional Training Program JATC (58) NW WA Electrical Industry JATC (65) Northwest Laborers Apprenticeship (71) W WA Sheet Metal JATC (74) E WA - NE OR Pipe Trades (86) Seattle Area Plumber/Pipefitter/HVAC/Refrig (115) Washington State UBC JATC (128) Puget Sound Electrical JATC (134) Pacific NW Ironworkers #86 (141) WA State Dept of Corrections (474) WA ST Fire Fighters Apprenticeship (1499) X X X X X X X X X X X 26

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