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Workforce Development Focus on African Americans in Washington

Note: Education data is unknown for about 1 percent of the population

Office of Financial Management (OFM), 2008 State Population Survey, aged 18 to 64.

Unemployment rate is based on the OFM State Population Survey and is not the official unemployment rate for the state.

Workforce Training Results for 2005/2006 Program Year.

Workforce Training Results for 2005/2006 Program Year. Numbers are rounded.

African American Wages and Earnings After Entering Workforce Programs

African American

General Population

Median Wage in 2007 $

Annualized Earnings in 2007 $

Median Wage in 2007 $

Annualized Earnings in 2007 $

Adult Basic Education

$9.96

$15,728.76

$10.12

$16,925.24

Apprenticeship

17.65

 30,411.46

23.50

 40,668.32

WIA Adult

10.91

 19,084.38

11.67

 20,373.13

Services for the Blind

9.24

 13,550.66

11.36

 17,134.08

Vocational Rehabilitation

9.72

 11,478.11

9.17

 10,616.00

Dislocated Worker

15.5

 30,679.93

15.96

 29,937.40

Secondary CTE

8.98

   8,391.26

9.17

   9,593.74

CTC Job Preparatory

13.1

 20,853.77

14.00

 24,508.65

Private Career Schools

11.99

 22,461.17

12.79

 21,790.62

Work First

10

 12,147.59

9.43

 12,504.48

Worker Retraining

13.83

 23,032.68

15.02

 27,211.87

WIA Youth

8.91

   6,265.85

8.64

   9,273.79

Workforce Training Results for 2005/2006 Program Year and Employment Security Department.
Wage and Earnings data are inflation adjusted to first quarter 2007 dollars.

Employment Rates after leaving Workforce Programs

 

 

 

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