Closing the High Tech Skills Gap. Governor’s Executive Policy Office September 29, 2000. Prosperity In Washington State Median Household Income (in 2000 $) . Source: Office of Financial Management. After years of slow growth, family incomes rose by 20% between 1995 and 2000.
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Governor’s Executive Policy Office
September 29, 2000
Source: Office of Financial Management
After years of slow growth, family incomes rose by 20% between 1995 and 2000
Source: Washington Employment Security Department
The High Tech Industry Accounts for 40% of the Wage Growth in the Past Five Years
Source: State Board for Community College Education
The number of degrees and certificates in high tech fields has grown by 82% in the past seven years while other degrees and certificates have declined by 7%.
Source: Individual University Reports
The number of specific high tech degrees increased by nearly 40% in the past three years.