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1 Employment and Educational Outcomes for FAU graduates

2 Table of Contents Executive Summary... 2 Introduction... 4 Employment and Education Outcomes for Graduates of Florida State Universities for the Academic Years... 4 Methodology... 5 Outcomes for FAU Baccalaureate Degree Recipients... 6 Outcomes for FAU Masters Degree Recipients... 8 Outcomes for FAU Doctoral Degree Recipients FAU s Responsiveness to Workforce Needs Discussion Appendix A SUS Employment Outcome Data for Academic Years Appendix B - Occupations Gaining the Most Jobs by 2019 and the Fastest Growing Occupations in the state of Florida

3 Executive Summary In its strategic plan for the State University System (SUS), the Florida Board of Governors (BOG) has committed to providing the leadership to enable the SUS to take on an expanded role in responding to Florida s critical needs. For its part, Florida Atlantic University s (FAU) strategic plan s statement of values also makes clear its commitment to prepare students to fulfill a productive destiny in the workplace an in society. While FAU collects data directly from students in their final year of study, there is additional data available from the Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) on students and program participants who have graduated, exited or completed a public education or training program within the state. FETPIP data only include graduates with valid Social Security Numbers which excludes some graduates, e.g., international students. In addition, the outcomes of the included graduates are only reported for those alumni who find employment or continue their education within the state of Florida. Students who find work or pursue further postsecondary education in another state are treated the same as students who were unemployed and not in school. Therefore, assuming that out-of-state students are more likely to return to their home states, SUS institutions with larger out-of-state student populations will show lower student outcomes. Likewise, assuming that graduate degree earners, especially doctoral degree recipients, are less likely to pursue further education and more likely to seek employment outside Florida, the reported outcomes for graduate students are lower than for those awarded a baccalaureate degree. FETPIP data is available for academic years For the three years under consideration, % of students graduating from FAU with a bachelor degree either found employment within the state or chose to pursue further education within the state. Outcome rates within the state of Florida for students graduating with a Masters degree are lower for all SUS institutions than those for bachelor degree earners. This may be in part because fewer students pursue degrees after earning a Masters degree. Eightytwo percent of 2007 FAU Masters degree recipients were employed or in school, as were 85% of the 2008 and 84% of the 2009 graduates. Doctoral degree holders have earned the highest degree in their field which greatly reduces the likelihood that they will pursue further education, and many doctoral graduates seek positions in academia outside of Florida which makes the number of unreported outcomes much higher for doctoral degree recipients. However, given those constraints, with employment rates of 54%, 49%, and 47%, respectively for the 2007, 2008, and 2009 academic years, FAU exceeds the performance of most universities within the SUS. Continuing education rates are negligible (0 5%) for all universities with more than 50 doctoral graduates 2

4 per year. Among the institutions of the SUS, FAU has been among the best performers in terms of employment/continuing education outcomes. FAU Baccalaureate Earners Continuing Education in Florida 18% 19% 17% in Florida 69% 66% 70% Total 87% 85% 87% FAU Masters Degree Earners Continuing Education in Florida 10% 14% 10% in Florida 72% 71% 74% Total 82% 85% 84% FAU Doctoral Degree Earners Continuing Education in Florida 0% 1% 2% in Florida 54% 49% 47% Total 54% 50% 49% FAU is producing graduates who will fill some of the occupations projected to be the fastest growing between 2011 and FAU students are graduating with degrees that will serve workforce needs regionally, in Southeast Florida, and statewide. The fastgrowing occupations in Florida for which FAU undergraduates are earning degrees include civil engineering, accountancy, elementary school teaching, middle school teaching, and public relations specialists. Regionally, accountancy, management analysis, middle school teaching, and public relations are among the fastest growing occupations for which FAU students are earning undergraduate degrees. FAU graduates are poised to enter those occupations projected for future growth and satisfy the personnel needs of the state and region. 3

5 Introduction In its strategic plan for the State University System (SUS), the Florida Board of Governors (BOG) has committed to providing the leadership to enable the SUS to take on an expanded role in responding to Florida s critical needs. 1 Part of the mission of the SUS is to support students development of the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes needed for success in the global society and marketplace. In keeping with the calls for accountability, the BOG has specified performance indicators to track the performance of SUS institutions in fulfilling various aspects of the strategic plan. One of those performance indicators is the percentage of baccalaureate graduates continuing their education or employed in Florida. For its part, Florida Atlantic University s (FAU) strategic plan s statement of values also makes clear its commitment to prepare students to fulfill a productive destiny in the workplace an in society. 2 FAU recognizes its role in providing a welleducated and trained workforce for its six-county service area and the state. As such, part of the value of an FAU education is the ability of FAU students to find work and/or continue their education upon graduation. FAU tracks data concerning education outcomes by conducting university-wide surveys which are sent to all students who have applied for their degrees. The results of both surveys are available through the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Analysis (IEA) ( In addition, the Career Development Center at FAU also conducts a short survey at graduation which asks about students plans for the future. All of these surveys are used to collect data about student employment and continuing education outcomes, but they all rely self-reported data and are conducted before graduation when students future plans may not be known or finalized. Employment and Education Outcomes for Graduates of Florida State Universities for the Academic Years The Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) provides an additional source of post-graduation outcome data. FETPIP collects and reports data to provide information on students and program participants who have graduated, exited or completed a public education or training program with the state. The data is collected by matching student records from public education institutions and training programs to records kept by various public and independent organizations. Among the data provided by FETPIP are continuing education and employment outcomes for SUS graduates. FEPTIP has published data for the 2007 through 2009 academic year. 4

6 These records cover all SUS institutions other than the newest, Florida Polytechnic University. There are some limitations inherent in the FETPIP data. The reports only include graduates with valid Social Security Numbers which excludes some graduates, e.g., international students. Employment outcomes are calculated using the fourth quarter figures, i.e., employment data for the graduates is based on those who were employed from October to December Graduates are counted as continuing their education if they are enrolled in a post-secondary education program during the fall or spring of the academic year following their graduation. In addition, the outcomes of the included graduates are only reported for those alumni who find employment or continue their education within the state of Florida. Students who find work or pursue further post-secondary education in another state are treated the same as students who were unemployed and not in school. Positive outcome rates are comprised of the percentage of students who are either employed or in school in Florida following graduation. Therefore, assuming that out-of-state students are more likely to return to their home states, SUS institutions with larger out-of-state student populations will show lower student outcomes. Likewise, assuming that graduate degree earners, especially doctoral degree recipients, are less likely to pursue further education and more likely to seek employment outside Florida, the reported outcomes for graduate students are lower than for those awarded a baccalaureate degree. Methodology This report analyzes the in-state employment and continuing education outcomes for FAU graduates from academic years 2007 through 2009, and the degree to which FAU graduates are filling some of the state s and region s most pressing personnel needs. The data regarding post-graduation employment and education were taken directly from FETPIP reports. The actual tables can be found in appendix A of this report. FAU s responsiveness to workforce needs was examined by comparing the occupations which will gain the most jobs by 2019 in the state and region to the related majors among FAU graduates from academic years. The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity provides labor market information, including employment projections, on both a state-wide level and by workforce regions ( The state-level data can be found in appendix B of this report. Since FAU s service area crosses several workforce regions, the data for the occupations gaining the most jobs for FAU s service area was compiled by aggregating the data for the workforce regions which cover, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Miami-Dade, Monroe and Okeechobee counties. 5

7 The workforce occupational codes which are the same as the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Standard Occupation Codes (SOC) were then converted to Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) codes using a crosswalk published by the BLS ( The conversion to CIP codes made it possible to match FAU majors from the Board of Governor s degree file to occupational codes in order to determine whether FAU graduates were earning degrees that would prepare them for the most pressing personnel needs, both within the state and in southeast Florida. Outcomes for FAU Baccalaureate Degree Recipients For the three years under consideration, % of students graduating from FAU with a bachelor degree either found employment within the state or chose to pursue further education within the state. For graduates during the year, of the 4,324 graduates, 777, or 18%, continued their education and 2,998 (69%) were employed in the fourth quarter of In spite of the recession, the 4,332 FAU baccalaureate earners for the year were employed (66%) and went back to school (19%) at almost the same rate as the previous year. In , 87% of the undergraduates earning a degree were employed (70%) or in school (17%). Among the institutions of the SUS, FAU has been among the best performers in terms of employment/continuing education outcomes. FAU s positive outcome rate for baccalaureate degree holders has matched or exceeded University of Central Florida s (UCF) each year under consideration. FAU and Florida International University (FIU) had the same outcome rate for the and the years. FAU s performance over the three year period has been consistently high in comparison to other SUS institutions. 6

8 Graduates - Baccalaureate Degrees FAMU FAU FGCU FIU FSU NCF UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida Graduates - Baccalaureate Degrees FAMU FAU FGCU FIU FSU NCF UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida 7

9 Graduates - Baccalaureate Degrees FAMU FAU FGCU FIU FSU NCF UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida Outcomes for FAU Masters Degree Recipients Outcome rates within the state of Florida for students graduating with a Masters degree are lower for all SUS institutions than those for bachelor degree earners. This may be in part because fewer students pursue degrees after earning a Masters. The graduating class had 10% of Masters degree earners continuing their education in Florida and 72% employed in the state. Of the 1,092 Masters degree recipients in , 14% pursued additional education and 71% were employed in Florida. In , 84% of FAU Masters degree awardees were either employed (74%) or in school (10%). FAU graduates with Masters degrees were employed in Florida at higher rates than their counterparts at University of South Florida (USF), UCF, and FIU for the three years for which data are available. For those same years, FAU continuing education rates were also higher than those at FIU. Among the SUS, FAU has been among the top three institutions in terms of positive outcome rates for each of the three years currently reported by FETPIP. 8

10 Graduates - Masters Degrees FAMU FAU FGCU FIU FSU UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida Graduates - Masters Degrees FAMU FAU FGCU FIU FSU UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida 9

11 Graduates - Masters Degrees FAMU FAU FGCU FIU FSU UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida Outcomes for FAU Doctoral Degree Recipients Doctoral degree holders have earned the highest degree in their field which greatly reduces the likelihood that they will pursue further education. In addition, many doctoral graduates seek positions in academia outside of Florida which makes the number of unreported outcomes much higher for doctoral degree recipients. However, given those constraints, FAU has higher positive outcome rates than its most similar counterpart, FIU. With employment rates of 54%, 49%, and 47%, respectively for the academic years, FAU exceeds the performance of most universities within the SUS. Continuing education rates are negligible (0 5%) for all universities with more than 50 doctoral graduates per year Graduates - Doctoral Degrees FAMU FAU FIU FSU UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida 10

12 Graduates - Doctoral Degrees FAMU FAU FIU FSU UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida Graduates - Doctoral Degrees FAMU FAU FIU FSU UCF UF UNF USF UWF Continuing Education in Florida Remaining Graduates in Florida FAU s Responsiveness to Workforce Needs FAU is producing graduates who will fill some of the occupations projected to be the fastest growing between 2011 and FAU students are graduating with degrees that will serve workforce needs regionally, in Southeast Florida, and statewide. The fastgrowing occupations in Florida for which FAU undergraduates are earning degrees include civil engineering, accountancy, elementary school teaching, middle school teaching, and public relations specialists. 11

13 Occupations Gaining the Most Jobs in Florida by 2019 & FAU Undergrad Degrees to SOC 2010 Title FAU Degrees 2011 Jobs 2019 Job Projection % Difference Accountants and Auditors % Elementary Ed. Teachers % Middle School Teachers % Civil Engineers % Public Relations Specialist % The southeast Florida region is comprised of Broward, Indian River, Martin, Miami- Dade, Monroe, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, and St. Lucie counties. Regionally, accountancy, management analysis, middle school teaching, and public relations are among the fastest growing occupations for which FAU students are earning undergraduate degrees. With regard to graduate degrees, those preparing students to serve as Health Specialties Teachers, Architects, Instructional Coordinators and Counselors are fulfilling the workforce needs in the southeast Florida region. FAU graduates are poised to enter those occupations projected for future growth and satisfy the personnel needs of the state and region. Occupations Gaining the Most Jobs in Southeast Florida by 2019 & FAU Undergraduate Degrees to SOC 2010 Title FAU Degrees 2011 Jobs 2019 Job Projection % Difference Accountants and Auditors % Management Analysts % Middle School Teachers % Public Relations Specialist % Occupations Gaining the Most Jobs in Southeast Florida by 2019 & FAU Graduate Degrees to SOC 2010 Title FAU Degrees 2011 Jobs 2019 Job Projection % Difference Health Specialties Teachers % Architects % Instructional Coordinators % Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors % 12

14 Discussion Despite U.S. Department of Labor estimates that by 2018 the majority of American jobs will require some post-secondary education, the Theil Foundation is offering promising students $100, fellowships to fund entrepreneurial ventures on the condition the students skip or drop out of college. 3 A 2011 study by the Pew Research Center found that a majority of Americans (57%) think that higher education in the United States fails to provide students with good value for the money spent even though 86 percent of the respondents felt that they personally benefited from their own investment in higher education. 4 The same study found that 47 percent of the public believes the main purpose of a college education is to teach work-related skills and knowledge. These issues are even more apparent in Florida, where a traditional reliance on tourism, new housing sales, and agriculture makes the state economy highly sensitive to drops in disposable income. As the state makes a transition to a knowledge-based economy, the role of higher education in providing a trained workforce has been emphasized. News reports detailing the high student loan debts and low employment prospects encountered by recent college graduates during the economic downturn has led some to call into question the value of higher education. These doubts are contrary to the well-publicized trend of a growing deficit in educated workers. In fact, although unemployment has risen in the recent economic downturn, these events have served to demonstrate part of the value of a baccalaureate degree. A report of the Governor s Blue Ribbon Task Force on Higher Education Reform indicated that while Florida had an overall unemployment rate approaching 10 percent, the rate for those with a bachelor s degree was cut in half. 5 Outcome data demonstrate clearly the benefits of higher education and the role FAU has in producing those benefits State University System of Florida Board of Governors. (2011) Strategic Plan The Florida Atlantic University Strategic Plan Pew Research Center Publications. (2011) Is College Worth It? College Presidents, Public Assess Value, Quality and Mission of Higher Education. Auxter, T. (2012). Reforming Florida Higher Education. A Report for Governor s Blue Ribbon Task Force on Higher Education Reform 13

15 Appendix A SUS Employment Outcome Data for Academic Years

16 Florida Public Universities Bachelor Graduates 2008 Fall Findings University Graduates Continuing Education # % Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. Wages Florida A&M University 1, % % % $8,275 Florida Atlantic University 4, % 2,998 69% 2,473 82% $10,193 Florida Gulf Coast University 1, % % % $9,218 Florida International University 5,282 1,029 19% 3,611 68% 3,014 83% $10,197 Florida State University 7,382 1,331 18% 4,086 55% 3,045 75% $8,459 New College of Florida % 58 35% 32 55% $6,263 University of Central Florida 8,839 1,560 18% 5,930 67% 4,721 80% $9,289 University of Florida 8,409 2,125 25% 4,047 48% 2,796 69% $9,482 University of North Florida 2, % 2,029 74% 1,667 82% $9,245 University of South Florida 6,862 1,312 19% 4,731 69% 3,815 81% $9,235 University of West Florida 1, % 1,029 60% % $8,257 Totals 48,369 9,373 19% 30,210 62% 23,660 78% $9,338 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2008 and preliminary winter/spring semester of /8/2009 Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0708\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

17 Florida Public Universities Bachelor Graduates 2009 Fall Findings University Graduates Continuing Education # % Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. Wages Florida A&M University 1, % % % $8,065 Florida Atlantic University 4, % 2,879 66% 2,281 79% $9,749 Florida Gulf Coast University 1, % % % $9,290 Florida International University 5,383 1,161 22% 3,549 66% 2,836 80% $9,821 Florida State University 7,363 1,422 19% 4,004 54% 2,720 68% $8,297 New College of Florida % 56 35% 21 38% $6,403 University of Central Florida 9,166 1,766 19% 6,036 66% 4,547 75% $9,106 University of Florida 8,883 2,346 26% 4,009 45% 2,517 63% $9,040 University of North Florida 2, % 2,033 71% 1,548 76% $9,059 University of South Florida 7,262 1,462 20% 4,828 66% 3,698 77% $9,160 University of West Florida 1, % 1,036 58% % $8,241 Totals 49,921 10,403 21% 30,107 60% 22,186 74% $9,110 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. 6/1/2011 All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2009 and preliminary winter/spring semester of Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0809\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

18 Florida Public Universities Bachelor Graduates 2010 Fall Findings University Graduates Continuing Education # % Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. Wages Florida A&M University 1, % % % $7,967 Florida Atlantic University 4, % 3,030 70% 2,431 80% $10,008 Florida Gulf Coast University 1, % % % $8,917 Florida International University 5,883 1,214 21% 3,858 66% 3,110 81% $9,758 Florida State University 7,651 1,430 19% 4,255 56% 3,012 71% $8,457 New College of Florida % 44 29% 17 39% $5,934 University of Central Florida 9,780 1,767 18% 6,344 65% 4,820 76% $9,066 University of Florida 8,972 2,265 25% 4,141 46% 2,713 66% $8,904 University of North Florida 2, % 2,101 71% 1,676 80% $9,110 University of South Florida 7,701 1,396 18% 5,001 65% 3,830 77% $9,046 University of West Florida 1, % 1,003 60% % $8,252 Totals 51,766 10,121 20% 31,463 61% 23,576 75% $9,103 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. 12/28/2011 All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2010 and preliminary winter/spring semester of Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0910\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

19 Florida Public Universities Masters Graduates 2008 Fall Findings University Graduates Continuing Education # % Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. Wages Florida A&M University % % 97 88% $10,828 Florida Atlantic University 1, % % % $18,561 Florida Gulf Coast University % % % $13,768 Florida International University 1, % 1,302 71% 1,225 94% $14,900 Florida State University 2, % % % $11,699 University of Central Florida 1, % 1,175 64% 1,075 91% $13,404 University of Florida 3, % 1,444 45% 1,280 89% $16,174 University of North Florida % % % $13,015 University of South Florida 2, % 1,480 69% 1,358 92% $13,029 University of West Florida % % % $11,503 Totals 13,580 1,689 12% 8,090 60% 7,402 91% $14,287 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2008 and preliminary winter/spring semester of /8/2009 Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0708\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

20 Florida Public Universities Masters Graduates 2009 Fall Findings University Graduates Continuing Education # % Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. Wages Florida A&M University % % % $11,219 Florida Atlantic University 1, % % % $15,638 Florida Gulf Coast University % % % $14,469 Florida International University 1, % 1,332 69% 1,228 92% $15,637 Florida State University 2, % % % $12,082 University of Central Florida 1, % 1,251 69% 1,165 93% $13,678 University of Florida 3, % 1,558 46% 1,375 88% $15,725 University of North Florida % % % $13,834 University of South Florida 2, % 1,660 68% 1,512 91% $14,280 University of West Florida % % % $12,284 Totals 14,202 1,756 12% 8,537 60% 7,778 91% $14,432 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. 6/1/2011 All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2009 and preliminary winter/spring semester of Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0809\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

21 Florida Public Universities Masters Graduates 2010 Fall Findings University Graduates Continuing Education # % Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. Wages Florida A&M University % % % $9,455 Florida Atlantic University 1, % % % $15,440 Florida Gulf Coast University % % % $13,228 Florida International University 2, % 1,407 67% 1,303 93% $15,037 Florida State University 2, % 1,057 49% % $11,890 University of Central Florida 1, % 1,270 68% 1,167 92% $13,845 University of Florida 3, % 1,572 45% 1,409 90% $15,502 University of North Florida % % % $13,763 University of South Florida 2, % 1,519 62% 1,373 90% $14,383 University of West Florida % % % $11,951 Totals 14,922 1,754 12% 8,790 59% 8,000 91% $14,193 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. 12/28/2011 All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2010 and preliminary winter/spring semester of Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0910\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

22 Florida Public Universities PhD Graduates 2008 Fall Findings Continuing Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. University Graduates Education # % Wages Florida A&M University % 1 9% 1 100% $**,*** Florida Atlantic University % 45 54% 42 93% $18,527 Florida International University % 58 48% 52 90% $14,227 Florida State University % 68 19% 60 88% $13,950 University of Central Florida % % % $18,751 University of Florida % % % $13,910 University of North Florida % 7 70% 7 100% $**,*** University of South Florida % % % $16,216 University of West Florida % 18 62% % $16,457 Totals 1, % % % $15,633 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2008 and preliminary winter/spring semester of /8/2009 Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0708\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

23 Florida Public Universities PhD Graduates 2009 Fall Findings University Graduates Continuing Education # % Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. Wages Florida A&M University % 15 50% 11 73% $16,622 Florida Atlantic University % 44 49% 42 95% $19,849 Florida International University % 52 42% 49 94% $16,891 Florida State University % 68 20% 60 88% $15,315 University of Central Florida % 86 45% 78 91% $17,615 University of Florida % % % $15,402 University of North Florida % 27 82% 26 96% $15,842 University of South Florida % % % $16,757 University of West Florida % 14 54% 11 79% $15,628 Totals 1, % % % $16,423 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. 6/1/2011 All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2009 and preliminary winter/spring semester of Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0809\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

24 Florida Public Universities PH.D. Graduates 2010 Fall Findings University Graduates Continuing Education # % Full Qtr % Full Qtr FQ Avg. Wages Florida A&M University % 11 42% % $15,708 Florida Atlantic University % 43 47% 41 95% $17,970 Florida International University % 65 45% 63 97% $16,798 Florida State University % 93 27% 81 87% $14,113 University of Central Florida % % % $17,708 University of Florida % % % $14,918 University of North Florida % 36 78% % $16,875 University of South Florida % 94 33% 84 89% $18,753 University of West Florida % 18 86% 17 94% $16,268 Totals 2, % % % $16,252 Note: Graduates represent a total count of individuals by school with valid Social Security Numbers. 12/28/2011 All employment outcomes contained in this report are based on the October - December quarter of All continuing education outcomes are based on enrollment data for the fall semester of 2010 and preliminary winter/spring semester of Source: FETPIP ( s_data\sus\0910\annual_reports\ SUS_FQ Earnings ByDegBySch Quick Summary.rpt

25 Appendix B Occupations Gaining the Most Jobs by 2019 and the Fastest Growing Occupations in the state of Florida 24

26 OCCUPATIONS GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Florida 2011 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Education Rank Code Title Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train Customer Service Representatives 154, , ,263 4,838 9, Retail Salespersons 257, , ,156 7,305 11, Registered Nurses 156, , ,685 2,609 6, Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food 159, , ,429 3,232 6, Office Clerks, General 147, , ,658 1,989 4, Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers 98, , ,490 1,152 3, Stock Clerks and Order Fillers 160, , ,487 3,729 6, Cashiers 223, , ,190 10,840 13, Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 151, , ,026 2,041 4, Accountants and Auditors 81,166 96, ,962 1,334 3, Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 113, , ,902 1,359 3, Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 91, , , , Waiters and Waitresses 186, , ,870 10,471 12, Home Health Aides 33,589 48, , , Security Guards 79,456 93, ,815 1,626 3, Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 91, , ,658 1,241 2, Construction Laborers 46,165 58, , , Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer 70,087 82, ,537 1,226 2, Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 70,341 82, ,485 1,572 3, First-Line Superv. of Office and Admin. Support Workers 78,515 90, ,455 1,726 3, Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Other 79,500 91, ,444 1,816 3, Receptionists and Information Clerks 77,886 89, ,429 2,126 3, Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 76,941 87, ,339 1,147 2, Carpenters 45,849 56, , , First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers 41,937 52, , , Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping 122, , ,273 2,284 3, First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers 98, , ,200 2,077 3, Medical Assistants 36,002 45, , , Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 45,548 54, ,060 1,421 2, Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts 20,667 29, , , Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center - October

27 OCCUPATIONS GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Florida 2011 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Education Rank Code Title Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train Real Estate Sales Agents 40,165 48, , Child Care Workers 54,855 62, ,629 2, Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 22,307 29, , Bill and Account Collectors 30,981 37, , Management Analysts 49,261 55, , Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand 84,310 90, ,746 3, Cooks, Restaurant 71,968 78, ,895 2, Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services 50,464 56, , Construction Managers 27,850 33, Pharmacy Technicians 20,640 26, , Insurance Sales Agents 49,312 54, ,131 1, Lawyers 53,683 59, , Teacher Assistants 45,445 50, , Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 43,512 48, , Electricians 29,701 35, , Middle School Teachers, Exc. Special & Voc. Education 30,082 35, , Dishwashers 43,265 48, ,969 2, Personal and Home Care Aides 14,787 19, Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 25,222 30, , Computer Software Engineers, Applications 19,028 23, Paralegals and Legal Assistants 21,476 26, Dental Assistants 15,250 19, Computer Support Specialists 34,291 38, , Personal Financial Advisors 18,423 22, Compliance Officers, Exc. Safety, Agri, Constr & Transp. 19,821 24, Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products 30,695 35, , Secondary School Teachers, Exc. Special and Voc. Ed. 38,884 43, ,129 1, Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists 15,625 19, Food Preparation Workers 52,549 56, ,987 2, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 22,440 26, Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center - October

28 OCCUPATIONS GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Florida 2011 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Education Rank Code Title Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train Painters, Construction and Maintenance 22,550 26, First-Line Superv. of Food Preparation & Serving Workers 43,697 47, Fire Fighters 22,155 26, , Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 39,055 42, , Computer Systems Analysts 22,322 26, Civil Engineers 13,943 17, Cost Estimators 10,306 13, Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators 22,544 26, Medical Secretaries 19,071 22, Public Relations Specialists 15,922 19, Amusement and Recreation Attendants 27,470 30, ,549 1, Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 11,825 15, Bartenders 29,005 32, ,021 1, General and Operations Managers 54,721 57, ,564 1, Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers 34,341 37, , First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers 29,718 32, Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, and Coffee Shop 24,625 27, ,090 2, Sales Managers 14,900 17, Physical Therapists 12,439 15, Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan 22,081 24, Recreation Workers 23,335 26, Loan Officers 25,165 27, Dental Hygienists 8,988 11, Pharmacists 17,113 19, Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse 44,245 46, ,226 1, Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Operators 15,287 17, Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 19,079 21, Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks 17,820 20, Counter and Rental Clerks 23,287 25, Network and Computer Systems Administrators 14,407 16, Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center - October

29 OCCUPATIONS GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Florida 2011 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Education Rank Code Title Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train Cooks, Fast Food 21,693 24, First-Line Superv. of Landscaping and Groundskeeping 14,231 16, First-Line Superv. of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 21,273 23, Training and Development Specialists 11,307 13, Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 11,560 13, Real Estate Brokers 14,591 16, Purchasing Agents, Except Farm Products & Trade 13,186 15, Roofers 10,075 12, Graphic Designers 15,238 17, Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers 7,471 9, * Hourly wages for teaching occupations were calculated using a 40-hour work week for 9½ months per year. NA - Not available for this occupation Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center - October

30 FASTEST-GROWING OCCUPATIONS* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Florida 2011 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Education Rank Code Title Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train Home Health Aides 33,589 48, , , Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts 20,667 29, , , Cost Estimators 10,306 13, Physician Assistants 4,041 5, Personal and Home Care Aides 14,787 19, Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 6,100 8, Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers 5,408 7, Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 22,307 29, , Dental Hygienists 8,988 11, Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers 7,400 9, Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers 7,471 9, Tile and Marble Setters 4,343 5, Dental Assistants 15,250 19, Helpers - Electricians 7,664 9, Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists 15,625 19, Pharmacy Technicians 20,640 26, , Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 11,825 15, Construction Laborers 46,165 58, , , Civil Engineers 13,943 17, Surveying and Mapping Technicians 7,060 8, Brickmasons and Blockmasons 4,538 5, Medical Assistants 36,002 45, , , Computer Software Engineers, Applications 19,028 23, First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers 41,937 52, , , Market Research Analysts 6,621 8, Physical Therapists 12,439 15, Personal Financial Advisors 18,423 22, Architects, Except Landscape and Naval 5,696 7, Carpenters 45,849 56, , , Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers 4,224 5, Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center - October

31 FASTEST-GROWING OCCUPATIONS* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Florida 2011 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Education Rank Code Title Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train Roofers 10,075 12, Private Detectives and Investigators 4,048 4, Public Relations Specialists 15,922 19, Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, and Operators 5,370 6, Customer Service Representatives 154, , ,263 4,838 9, Compliance Officers, Exc. Safety, Agri, Constr & Transp. 19,821 24, Bill and Account Collectors 30,981 37, , Training and Development Specialists 11,307 13, Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists 4,119 5, Paralegals and Legal Assistants 21,476 26, Construction Managers 27,850 33, Occupational Therapists 6,369 7, Surgical Technologists 6,117 7, Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers 98, , ,490 1,152 3, Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 11,560 13, Medical and Public Health Social Workers 5,867 7, Sales Managers 14,900 17, Industrial Engineers 9,360 11, Sheet Metal Workers 5,312 6, Real Estate Sales Agents 40,165 48, , Industrial Machinery Mechanics 10,424 12, Construction and Building Inspectors 6,382 7, Financial Analysts 7,368 8, Architectural and Civil Drafters 7,605 9, Accountants and Auditors 81,166 96, ,962 1,334 3, Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 25,222 30, , Special Education Teachers, Preschool - Elementary 10,077 11, Medical Secretaries 19,071 22, Nonfarm Animal Caretakers 11,720 13, Registered Nurses 156, , ,685 2,609 6, Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center - October

32 FASTEST-GROWING OCCUPATIONS* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Florida 2011 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Education Rank Code Title Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines 4,029 4, Special Education Teachers, Middle School 4,165 4, Mental Health Counselors 4,826 5, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 22,440 26, Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 45,548 54, ,060 1,421 2, Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant Operators 5,486 6, Security Guards 79,456 93, ,815 1,626 3, Painters, Construction and Maintenance 22,550 26, Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers 6,112 7, Coaches and Scouts 8,090 9, Pest Control Workers 10,256 12, Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians 5,132 6, Fire Fighters 22,155 26, , Advertising Sales Agents 8,989 10, Electricians 29,701 35, , Civil Engineering Technicians 4,115 4, Respiratory Therapists 6,495 7, Purchasing Agents, Except Farm Products & Trade 13,186 15, Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer 70,087 82, ,537 1,226 2, Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Operators 15,287 17, First-Line Superv. of Landscaping and Groundskeeping 14,231 16, Network and Computer Systems Administrators 14,407 16, Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food 159, , ,429 3,232 6, Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors 4,965 5, Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 10,666 12, Instructional Coordinators 6,685 7, Computer Systems Analysts 22,322 26, Marketing Managers 5,573 6, Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 70,341 82, ,485 1,572 3, Writers and Authors 6,381 7, Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center - October

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