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  1. Average Earnings 5. Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Common Measures for WIA Adult/Dislocated Worker Programs

  2. Definition Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Official definition: Of those employed in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd quarters after the exit quarter, total post-program earnings (in Q2 & Q3 after exit) divided by the number of customers who exit during the quarter. Customers not employed in the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd quarters after exit are excluded.

  3. Definition Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Official definition: Of those employed in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd quarters after the exit quarter, total post-program earnings (in Q2 & Q3 after exit) divided by the number of customers who exit during the quarter. Customers not employed in the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd quarters after exit are excluded.

  4. Definition Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Simplified definition: Measures earnings of customers who are in jobs after leaving the WIA program.

  5. Positive Performance Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Positive Performance Outcome: Meeting or exceeding local area earnings goal for post program earnings (quarters 2 & 3 after exit). Adults and Dislocated Workers not employed inthe 1st, 2nd, or 3rd quarters after exit are excluded.

  6. Positive Performance Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Positive Performance Outcome: Adults and Dislocated Workers for whom supplemental data was used to determine employment are excluded from the average earnings measure.

  7. Example QUARTERS Enters JUL EXIT SEP Post-Program Earnings

  8. Example QUARTERS Enters MAR JOB JUN EXIT JUL 1st Qtr. 2nd Qtr. QUIT MAR 3rd Qtr.

  9. Key Factors Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Key Factors Contributing to a Positive Outcome:

  10. Key Factors Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Key Factors Contributing to a Positive Outcome: • Connect customers to “well-paying” jobs. • Connect customers to permanent and/or full time jobs; help them stay employed.

  11. Key Factors Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Key Factors Contributing to a Positive Outcome: • Connect customers to “well-paying” jobs. • Connect customers to permanent and/or full time jobs; help them stay employed.

  12. Key Factors Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Key Factors Contributing to a Positive Outcome: • Connect customers to “well-paying” jobs. • Connect customers to permanent and/or full time jobs; help them stay employed.

  13. Key Factors Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Key Factors Contributing to a Positive Outcome: • Provide effective post placement services and follow up: • Job retention, including supports. • Advancement services and supports. • Re-employment services.

  14. Calculation Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Calculation: divided by Number of Exiters in Quarter Post-program Earnings

  15. Calculation Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Example: $1,730,400 = $10,300 240 exiters - 60**-12* = 168

  16. Calculation Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Example: $1,730,400 = $10,300 240 exiters - 60**-12* = 168 **These 60 Adults were not employed in the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd quarter after exit, so they are excluded. * Supplemental data was used to verify employment for these 12 Adults, so they are excluded.

  17. Earnings Target Adult/Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Earnings Targets: What’s your local area’s earnings goal? What is the salary that matches this goal? What is the hourly wage that matches this goal? Example: Earnings Goal = $10,000 (for 2nd & 3rd quarters after exit). Salary target = $20,000 yearly Wage target = $9.62 per hour (10,000/26 wks/40 hrs)

  18. A) Positive Submit B) Negative Quiz Adult and Dislocated Worker Average Earnings Quiz The local area average earnings goal is $12,000. Marcela made $1500 per month in the 2nd and 3rd quarters after exit. What is her outcome for the average earnings measure? Correct! $1500 per month for six months would total $9000, $3000 short of the goal. To earn a positive, Marcela needed to earn $2000 per month. (Keep in mind that the Average Earnings measure is an aggregate measure, meaning that Marcela's earnings would be included with all other participants included in the measure.) Click anywhere to continue. Incorrect. $1500 per month for six months would total $9000, $3000 short of the goal. To earn a positive, Marcela needed to earn $2000 per month. The correct answer is negative. (Keep in mind that the Average Earnings measure is an aggregate measure, meaning that Marcela's earnings would be included with all other participants included in the measure.) Click anywhere to continue.

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