U.S. Department of Education: Promoting Educational Excellence for all Americans

Indicator 1.6: Difference in Percentage of Individuals Achieving Competitive Employment Who Report Own Income as Primary Source of Support at Closure and Application: Fiscal Year 2009

General and Combined Agencies

Agency Number with Competitive Employment Outcomes Primary Support is Own Income at Application Percent Primarily Self-Supporting at Application Primary Support is Own Income at Closure Percent Primarily Self-Supporting at Closure Difference Between Percent Self-Supporting at Closure and Application: Indicator 1.6 (>=53.0)
ALABAMA-C 5,874 770 13.1 5,364 91.3 78.21
ALASKA-C 516 120 23.3 421 81.6 58.33
AMERICAN SAMOA-C 39 0 0.0 39 100.0 100.00
ARIZONA-C 1,342 275 20.5 1,084 80.8 60.28
ARKANSAS-G 2,359 682 28.9 1,897 80.4 51.50
CALIFORNIA-C 10,024 1,197 11.9 7,938 79.2 67.25
COLORADO-C 2,001 461 23.0 1,566 78.3 55.22
CONNECTICUT-G 1,413 739 52.3 1,174 83.1 30.79
DELAWARE-G 885 122 13.8 755 85.3 71.53
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-C 370 99 26.8 328 88.6 61.89
FLORIDA-G 6,367 1,938 30.4 5,018 78.8 48.37
GEORGIA-C 4,044 582 14.4 3,578 88.5 74.09
GUAM-C           
HAWAII-C 465 106 22.8 398 85.6 62.80
IDAHO-G 1,844 340 18.4 1,602 86.9 68.44
ILLINOIS-C 4,812 749 15.6 3,489 72.5 56.94
INDIANA-C 3,806 1,385 36.4 2,829 74.3 37.94
IOWA-G 2,207 489 22.2 1,887 85.5 63.34
KANSAS-C 1,385 323 23.3 1,051 75.9 52.56
KENTUCKY-G 4,323 1,105 25.6 3,948 91.3 65.76
LOUISIANA-C 2,316 1,072 46.3 2,210 95.4 49.14
MAINE-G 649 132 20.3 479 73.8 53.47
MARYLAND-C 2,111 284 13.5 1,663 78.8 65.32
MASSACHUSETTS-G 2,944 673 22.9 2,356 80.0 57.17
MICHIGAN-G 6,717 2,163 32.2 6,070 90.4 58.17
MINNESOTA-G 2,293 258 11.3 1,731 75.5 64.24
MISSISSIPPI-C 4,534 1,729 38.1 4,325 95.4 57.26
MISSOURI-G 3,509 620 17.7 2,680 76.4 58.71
MONTANA-C 762 166 21.8 606 79.5 57.74
NEBRASKA-G 1,564 364 23.3 1,332 85.2 61.89
NEVADA-C 892 231 25.9 830 93.0 67.15
NEW HAMPSHIRE-C 1,043 270 25.9 838 80.3 54.46
NEW JERSEY-G 4,021 832 20.7 3,589 89.3 68.57
NEW MEXICO-G 1,514 437 28.9 1,190 78.6 49.74
NEW YORK-G 11,467 1,133 9.9 8,136 71.0 61.07
NORTH CAROLINA-G 6,274 857 13.7 4,808 76.6 62.97
NORTH DAKOTA-C 781 220 28.2 657 84.1 55.95
NORTHERN MARIANAS-C 23 21 91.3 23 100.0 8.70
OHIO-C 7,324 3,558 48.6 6,451 88.1 39.50
OKLAHOMA-C 1,521 395 26.0 1,420 93.4 67.39
OREGON-G 1,844 340 18.4 1,697 92.0 73.59
PENNSYLVANIA-C 8,544 2,537 29.7 7,314 85.6 55.91
PUERTO RICO-C 2,300 160 7.0 2,184 95.0 88.00
RHODE ISLAND-C 728 137 18.8 533 73.2 54.40
SOUTH CAROLINA-G 8,211 2,267 27.6 7,765 94.6 66.96
SOUTH DAKOTA-G 581 97 16.7 463 79.7 62.99
TENNESSEE-C 1,684 164 9.7 1,164 69.1 59.38
TEXAS-G 11,729 4,534 38.7 10,793 92.0 53.36
UTAH-C 2,933 788 26.9 2,646 90.2 63.35
VERMONT-G 1,429 397 27.8 964 67.5 39.68
VIRGIN ISLANDS-C 37 6 16.2 35 94.6 78.38
VIRGINIA-G 2,939 485 16.5 1,967 66.9 50.43
WASHINGTON-G 2,372 409 17.2 1,684 71.0 53.75
WEST VIRGINIA-C 1,560 510 32.7 1,469 94.2 61.47
WISCONSIN-C 2,600 615 23.7 1,668 64.2 40.50
WYOMING-C 696 190 27.3 621 89.2 61.93

FY2009 file of 6/10/2010