Copyright 2003 by the Wyoming Department of Employment, Research & Planning

Table 1: Spring 2001 Graduates of Wyoming's Seven Community Colleges with Wages in Wyoming and Neighboring States* the Quarter of and Three Quarters Following Graduation
Year and Quarter
Transition Status**   2001 Quarter 2 2001 Quarter 3 2001 Quarter 4 2002 Quarter 1
  Number Column % Number Column % Number Column % Number Column %
               
Non-Transitioner Number of Graduates 298 37.9% 291 38.7% 358 57.6% 348 57.6%
Avg. Quarterly Wage $3,902   $5,570   $5,346   $5,139  
Transitioner Number of Graduates 489 62.1% 461 61.3% 263 42.4% 256 42.4%
Avg. Quarterly Wage $2,010   $3,321   $3,514   $3,680  
Total Number of Graduates 787 100.0% 752 100.0% 621 100.0% 604 100.0%
Avg. Quarterly Wage $2,726   $4,191   $4,570   $4,521  
*Colorado, Idaho, South Dakota, and Utah.
**Transition statuses are defined as follows:
Non-Transitioner - graduates were continuously attached to employers during the quarter.
Transitioner - graduates who experienced turnover activity (i.e., were new hires, exited a job, were rehired) in one or more jobs during the quarter.

 

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