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1 Wage Comparision by Educational Attainment for Texans Age 25 to 30 Median 4th Quarter Wages Number Employed Earnings Year Educational Attainment Advanced Bachelor's Associate Some College High School Graduate Less Than High School Diploma $12,795 $13,102 $13,397 34,250 30,830 32,970 $11,031 $10,965 $11, , , ,310 $8,549 $8,475 $8,632 47,216 47,168 50,228 $7,070 $6,889 $7, , , ,199 $6,674 $6,504 $6, , , ,137 $4,755 $4,696 $4,706 38,336 39,109 42,284 Notes: 1. The educational attainment categories represent the highest level of education attained. 2. The number employed is the count of individuals reported with wages by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), who were between the ages of 25 and 30 during the earnings year, and who were enrolled int he Texas public school system at some time during 7th through 12th grades. 3. College enrollment and graduation data include Texas public colleges and universities only. sere arer

2 Wage Comparison by Employment Sector for College Graduates with Bachelor s s Median 4th Quarter Wages Number Employed Earnings Year Employment Sector Accommodations and Food Services Administrative and Support, Waste Mgmt and Remediation Svcs Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Construction Educational Services Finance and Insurance Health Care and Social Assistance Information Management of Companies and Enterprises Manufacturing Mining Other Services Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Public Administration Real Estate, Rental and Leasing Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Utilities Wholesale Trade $5,018 $5,510 $5,926 6,998 6,277 6,386 $9,795 $9,645 $10,064 9,786 10,431 11,230 $8,842 $9,000 $9, $7,017 $6,923 $7,099 2,060 1,924 2,064 $14,000 $13,750 $13,916 4,749 4,610 4,703 $11,106 $11,031 $11,250 48,045 46,098 45,959 $11,185 $10,927 $11,172 13,700 13,544 13,799 $10,395 $10,210 $10,562 20,249 21,220 22,618 $10,903 $10,769 $11,250 4,077 4,210 4,086 $14,028 $14,175 $14, $15,613 $15,321 $15,656 8,154 8,805 9,539 $19,166 $19,237 $20,144 3,642 4,494 5,215 $8,075 $8,038 $8,311 2,757 2,683 2,731 $12,985 $12,744 $13,140 16,550 17,010 17,825 $10,236 $10,027 $10,105 7,534 7,395 7,686 $10,769 $10,424 $10,463 2,938 2,907 3,056 $6,978 $7,197 $7,539 12,686 12,445 12,573 $11,885 $11,700 $12,012 2,391 2,403 2,600 $15,825 $15,136 $16,197 1,109 1,108 1,139 $13,665 $13,229 $13,500 7,921 8,193 8,507 Note: The number employed is the count of college graduates reported with wages by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), who were between the ages of 25 and 30 during the earnings year, received a Bachelor s degree from a Texas public college, and were enrolled in the Texas public school system at some time during 7th through 12th grades. qewqe

3 Percentage Change in Median 4th Quarter Wages from 2011 to 2012 by Employment Sector for College Graduates with Bachelor's s

4 Percentage Change of the Number Employed from 2011 to 2012 by Employment Sector for College Graduates with Bachelor's s

5 Percentage Change in Median 4th Quarter Wages and Number Employed for College Graduates with Bachelor's s Employment Sector Accommodations and Food Services Administrative and Support, Waste Mgmt and Remediation Svcs Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Construction Educational Services Finance and Insurance Health Care and Social Assistance Information Management of Companies and Enterprises Manufacturing Mining Other Services Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Public Administration Real Estate, Rental and Leasing Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Utilities Wholesale Trade werw Percentage Change in Median 4th Quarter Wages from 2010 to 2011 Percentage Change in Median 4th Quarter Wages from 2011 to 2012 Percentage Change in Number Employed from 2010 to 2011 Percentage Change in Number Employed from 2011 to % 7.5% (10%) 1.7% (1.5%) 4.3% 6.6% 7.7% 1.8% 5.3% 1.9% (1.6%) (1.3%) 2.5% (6.6%) 7.3% (1.8%) 1.2% (2.9%) 2.0% (0.7%) 2.0% (4.1%) (0.3%) (2.3%) 2.2% (1.1%) 1.9% (1.8%) 3.4% 4.8% 6.6% (1.2%) 4.5% 3.3% (2.9%) 1.0% 2.1% 4.1% 9.0% (1.9%) 2.2% 8.0% 8.3% 0.4% 4.7% 23% 16% (0.5%) 3.4% (2.7%) 1.8% (1.9%) 3.1% 2.8% 4.8% (2.0%) 0.8% (1.8%) 3.9% (3.2%) 0.4% (1.1%) 5.1% 3.1% 4.7% (1.9%) 1.0% (1.6%) 2.7% 0.5% 8.2% (4.4%) 7.0% (0.1%) 2.8% (3.2%) 2.0% 3.4% 3.8%

6 2012 Wage and Employment Comparison by Employment Sector and Educational Attainment for Texans Age 25 to 30 Educational Attainment Employment Sector Accommodations and Food Services Administrative and Support, Waste Mgmt and Remediation Svcs Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Construction Educational Services Finance and Insurance Health Care and Social Assistance Information Management of Companies and Enterprises Manufacturing Mining Other Services Professional, Scientific and Technical Services Public Administration Real Estate, Rental and Leasing Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Utilities Wholesale Trade Advanced Bachelor's Median 4th Quarter Wages Associate Some College High School Graduate Less Than High School Diploma Advanced Bachelor's Number Employed Associate Some College High School Graduate Less Than High School Diploma $6,998 $5,926 $4,207 $3,996 $3,728 $3, ,386 2,875 44,477 16,665 7,196 $14,006 $10,064 $7,196 $5,845 $5,510 $3,767 1,396 11,230 3,332 45,938 18,875 6,299 $12,155 $9,480 $8,134 $6,517 $6,171 $4, , $8,017 $7,099 $4,540 $4,511 $4,565 $3, , ,665 1, $15,238 $13,916 $10,144 $9,923 $9,504 $7, ,703 1,425 24,301 11,974 3,796 $11,976 $11,250 $5,357 $6,400 $6,163 $4,242 9,777 45,959 4,009 23,089 6, $15,000 $11,172 $8,287 $8,245 $8,077 $6,723 1,301 13,799 2,980 28,981 7, $14,108 $10,562 $11,520 $6,217 $5,344 $3,722 7,733 22,618 14,282 64,838 19,633 4,523 $14,168 $11,250 $8,860 $9,084 $8,595 $6, , ,958 2, $19,669 $14,469 $10,062 $9,446 $9,491 $6, , $18,399 $15,656 $13,034 $10,082 $9,240 $7,257 1,148 9,539 2,902 26,610 13,754 3,228 $21,725 $20,144 $17,066 $16,253 $15,757 $13, , ,064 6,287 1,367 $10,270 $8,311 $6,733 $5,948 $6,266 $4, ,731 1,019 13,062 5,754 1,353 $17,517 $13,140 $8,931 $8,649 $8,846 $6,478 5,053 17,825 2,728 24,467 7,420 1,064 $11,233 $10,105 $9,463 $9,102 $8,205 $6,969 1,326 7,686 2,595 21,182 5, $16,035 $10,463 $8,594 $8,231 $8,162 $6, , ,318 3, $21,117 $7,539 $5,285 $5,267 $5,200 $4,093 1,335 12,573 5,884 65,956 27,751 6,486 $16,500 $12,012 $9,358 $8,480 $8,463 $6, , ,668 5,932 1,405 $18,037 $16,197 $16,398 $12,237 $11,891 $9, , ,832 1, $16,777 $13,500 $10,080 $9,320 $9,000 $7, ,507 1,624 20,938 9,122 1,890 Notes: 1. The educational attainment categories represent the highest level of education attained. 2. The number employed is the count of individuals reported with wages by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), who were between the ages of 25 and 30 during the earnings year, and who were enrolled int he Texas public school system at some time during 7th through 12th grades. 3. College enrollment and graduation data include Texas public colleges and universities only.

7 2012 Top 15 Employment Sectors by Number of Employed Texans Age 25 to 30

8 Purpose This report provides information on the earnings of employed Texans, age 25 to 30, based on the highest level of educational attainment within the state of Texas. It shows median fourth quarter wages and number employed by employment industry sectors using North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) categories. Data in this report are reported at the statewide level. Data Source Data in this report come from the Texas Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS), the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), and the Texas P-16 Public Education Information Resource (TPEIR). For more information about THECB data, visit their website at Employment and quarterly earnings data are from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). For more information about the TWC data, visit their website at For in-depth information on the Texas labor market, see the TWC s Tracer website at College enrollment and graduation data include Texas public colleges and universities only. Data Elements Employment Sector The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy. NAICS industries are identified by a 6-digit code. In this report, the 6-digit code is rolled up to the standardized 2-digit code representing 21 broad industry sectors, including an Unknown category. For in-depth information on the NAICS codes, see the United States Census Bureau, North American Industry Classification System website at Educational Attainment Educational attainment refers to the highest level of education attained in Texas public schools or colleges. For this report, education levels are grouped into the following six categories:

9 Advanced - consists of individuals who received an advanced degree, i.e., Master s or PhD from a Texas public college. Bachelor s consists of individuals who received a Bachelor s or Baccalaureate-level Certificate degree (from a Texas public 4-year college) but did not receive an advanced degree from a Texas public college. Associate s consists of individuals who received an Associate s degree from a Texas public college but did not receive a Bachelor s or advanced degree from a Texas public college. Some College consists of individuals who attended either a Texas public four-year or two-year college but did not receive a degree from a Texas public college. High School Graduate consists of individuals who graduated from a Texas public high school and did not attend or graduate from a Texas public college. Less than High School Diploma consists of individuals who did not graduate from a Texas public high school and did not attend or graduate from a Texas public college or university. Note: Educational Attainment is based on the highest level of education in the Texas public school system. High school diplomas or any college degrees earned from private or out-of-state schools are not counted in the report. Earnings Year Earnings year is the calendar year beginning January 1 and ending December 31. Number Employed The number employed includes individuals who have fourth quarter wages in the earnings year as reported by Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), are between 25 and 30 years of age during the earnings year, and who were enrolled in the Texas public school system at some time during 7 th through 12 th grades.

10 Median 4 th Quarter Wages Median wages paid during the fourth quarter of the earnings year as reported to TWC. Percentage Change in Median Wages The percentage change in median fourth quarter wages is calculated as the median fourth quarter wages in the current earnings calendar year minus the median fourth quarter wages in the previous earnings calendar year divided by the median fourth quarter wages in the previous earnings calendar year. Percentage Change in Number Employed The percentage change in number employed is calculated as the number of employed individuals in the fourth quarter of the current calendar earnings year minus the number of employed individuals in the fourth quarter of the previous calendar earnings year divided by the number of individuals employed in the fourth quarter of the previous calendar earnings year.

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