Center for Workforce Research and Information; Labor

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Highlights of first year outcomes

Matching student data with wage records helps address important, but heretofore difficult to answer questions regarding the employment outcomes of those in post-secondary education programs. Do new graduates get jobs in Maine? Do they remain employed? What are they paid? Answers to these questions shed light on the Maine economy, education programs, career options, plus more. The report provides insight into the following observations of the first year outcomes for The Classes of 2009 – 2011:

  • Most graduates stayed in Maine and found employment
  • Less than half appear to be working full-time
  • Higher credentials typically resulted in higher pay



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