2019 College Track Social Mobility Report 2019 College Track Social Mobility Report (web) - Page 13

COLLEGE TRACK GRADUATES EXPERIENCE STRONGER CAREER OUTCOMES WITH EVERY YEAR IN THE WORKFORCE Several years out of college, 89% of graduates are employed full-time, up from 82% last year. The median wage for full-time workers has also increased to $57,500, up from last year and now higher than the national median for bachelor’s degree holders ages 24 to 35 working full-time. 7 These employment data show that College Track graduates have bridged the opportunity gap by not only out-earning their parents’ salaries, but also earning on par with the national average for all graduates, regardless of economic background. C O L L E G E T R A C K • P O S T- C O L L E G E O U TC O M E S College Track graduates are employed full time 2018 All N=180 2017 All N=135 89% 82% 10% 6% 4% 9% 11% Female-identified N=137 2017 Female-identified N=103 2018 Male-identified N*=43 86% 2017 Male-identified N*=32 88% Full-time Part-time 8% 90% 2018 80% 6% 5% 7% 7% 12% 89% of College Track graduates are employed full-time, up from last year, with no big differences amongst genders. Not working Graduates from 2016 and earlier, excluding those who are in graduate school or say they are voluntarily unemployed. Male employment this year is lower than last due to three graduates currently looking for work. Such variations from year to year are due to the outsized impact of a handful of graduates on our average. College Track Page 13