Occasional Paper No. 1

Evaluation of Federal Training & Education Programs
October 2004

Copyright 2004 by the Wyoming Department of Employment, Research & Planning


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Table of Contents

 

 

Examining Workforce Investment Act Programmatic Outcomes

Table 1: Means and Standard Deviations of Age by Participation Group With 2001 Wyoming Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program Year Termination


Table 2:Means and Standard Deviations of Wages Prior to Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Training in Wyoming by Participation Group


Table 3: Means and Standard Deviations of Turnover Rate Prior to Workforce Investment Act Training in Wyoming by Participation Group

 

Table 4: Summary of T-Test Analysis for Wage Change From Six Quarters Before to Eight Quarters After Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program Termination


Table 5: Summary of Hierarchical Regression Analysis for Variables Predicting Wages for Eight Quarters After Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program Termination, 2001 Program Year Termination

 

Table 6: Summary of T-Test Analysis for Turnover Change From Six Quarters Before to Eight Quarters After Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program Termination

 

Table 7: Summary of Hierarchical Regression Analysis for Variables Predicting Turnover for Eight Quarters After Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program Termination

 

Table 8: Industry Distribution by Participation Group Six Quarters Before and Eight Quarters After Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Program Exit


Table 9: Number and Percent of Individuals Who Filed an Unemployment Insurance Claim Before and After Program Exit by Participation Group

 

Table 10: Number and Percent of Individuals Who Were Employed Before and After Program Exit by Participation Status


Table 11: Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Participants Who Had a Successful Outcome

 

Figure 1: Wyoming Average Quarterly Wages by Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Participation Group


Figure 2: Wyoming Quarterly Turnover Rate by Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Participation Group

 

Figure 3: Percentage of Adults Working in Wyoming Industries Typically Paying Living-Wages, Before and After Program Exit

 

Figure 4: Percentage of Dislocated Workers Working in Wyoming Industries Typically Paying Living Wages, Before and After Program Exit

 

Figure 5: Percentage of Individuals Who Filed an Unemployment Insurance Claim in Wyoming by Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Participation Group

 

Figure 6: Percentage of Individuals Employed Quarterly by Wyoming Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Participation Group

 

A Comparison of Employment and Enrollment Outcomes Based on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Eligibility

Table: Employment and Enrollment Outcomes for Casper College ABE/GED Participants Based on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Eligibility and Progression, Program Year 2001-2002

 

Figure 1: Casper College ABE/GED Participants, Program Year 2001 to 2002

 

Figure 2: Employment and Enrollment Outcomes for Casper College ABE/GED Participants by Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Eligibility, Program Year 2001 to 2002

 

Figure 3: Casper College ABE/GED Participants by Progression, Program Year 2001 to 2002

 

Figure 4: Program Contact of Casper College ABE/GED Participants by Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Eligibility, Program Year 2001 to 2002


Figure 5: Employment and Enrollment Outcomes for Casper College ABE/GED Participants Progressing Within Educational Level With Less Than 12 Hours of Program Participation, Program Year 2001 to 2002

 

Figure 6: Employment and Enrollment Outcomes for Casper College ABE/GED Participants Progressing Within Educational Level With At Least 12 Hours of Program Participation, Program Year 2001 to 2002

 

Figure 7: Employment and Enrollment Outcomes for Casper College ABE/GED Participants Who Received Their GED, Program Year 2001 to 2002

 

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