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ERIC Number: ED011031
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 49
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FOLLOW-UP OF 1965 GRADUATES.
WILSON, RICHARD C.
THE 48 CONNECTICUT SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTES SUPPLYING INFORMATION FOR THIS STUDY REPORTED 2,736 VOCATIONAL GRADUATES IN 1965. OF THESE, 85 PERCENT WERE EMPLOYED IN OCCUPATIONS FOR WHICH THEY WERE TRAINED. ALTHOUGH THERE WERE 311 MORE GRADUATES THAN IN 1964. THERE WAS A 3.2 PERCENT DECREASE IN GRADUATES CONTINUING THEIR EDUCATION. UNEMPLOYMENT DECREASED FORM 1.6 PERCENT IN 1964 TO 1.2 PERCENT IN 1965. THE 1,732 WHO WERE EMPLOYED IN THEIR FIELD WOULD EARN A GROSS INCOME OF $7,061,918. TABLES OF DATA ARE SHOWN FOR MALE AND FEMALE GRADUATES BY SCHOOLS, PROGRAMS, OCCUPATIONS, AND TOWNS. FOR EACH CLASSIFICATION, DATA SHOW THE NUMBER OF COURSES OFFERED, GRADUATES IN 1965, THOSE WHO CONTINUED TRAINING IN FULL-TIME SCHOOL, THOSE WHO ENTERED THE ARMED SERVICES, THOSE AVAILABLE FOR EMPLOYMENT, THE MEAN HOURLY WAGE EARNED, THE NUMBER EMPLOYED IN OCCUPATIONS NOT RELATED TO TRADE, THE UNEMPLOYED, AND THOSE NOT ACCOUNTED FOR. A TABLE AND GRAPHS SHOW TOTAL GRADUATES, NUMBERS EMPLOYED AND NUMBERS CONTINUING FULL-TIME EDUCATION SINCE 1956. (EM)
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Authoring Institution: Connecticut State Dept. of Education, Hartford.
Identifiers: HARTFORD