Copyright 2006 by the Wyoming Department of Employment, Research & Planning
WYOMING LABOR FORCE TRENDS
Vol. 42 No. 12

 

Table 2: Jobs Held in Wyoming by May 2002 Wyoming Community College Graduatesa by Major Occupational Group, Second Quarter 2003
Total Graduates
2-Digit SOCb Code and Title n col. %
 
11 Management 6 1.0%
13 Business & Financial Operations 3 0.5%
15 Computer & Mathematical Science 7 1.2%
17 Architecture & Engineering 7 1.2%
19 Life, Physical, & Social Science 1 0.2%
21 Community & Social Services 11 1.9%
23 Legal 2 0.3%
25 Education, Training, & Library 59 10.0%
27 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media 9 1.5%
29 Healthcare Practitioner & Technical 124 21.1%
31 Healthcare Support 26 4.4%
33 Protective Service 12 2.0%
35 Food Preparation & Serving Related 49 8.3%
37 Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance 23 3.9%
39 Personal Care & Service 23 3.9%
41 Sales & Related 48 8.2%
43 Office & Administrative Support 89 15.1%
45 Farming, Fishing, & Forestry 5 0.9%
47 Construction & Extraction 30 5.1%
49 Installation, Maintenance, & Repair 23 3.9%
51 Production 12 2.0%
53 Transportation & Material Moving 19 3.2%
 
  Subtotal 588 100.0%
 
  Occupation unavailablec 306 34.2%
 
  Total 894 100.0%
aBased on information obtained from a survey of employers of graduates by Research & Planning. May include multiple responses for a single employer or graduate.
bStandard Occupational Classification.
cOccupation information is unavailable because the employer did not respond to the survey, did not report the graduate's occupation as requested, or because the employer reported that they had no record of the graduate as an employee.
Source: Saulcy, S. (2004, August). Where are they now? Wyoming community college graduates' labor market outcomes 2004. Casper, WY: Wyoming Department of Employment, Research & Planning.

 

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