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  1. California Competes: Higher Education for a Strong Economy 50 California St., Suite 3165, San Francisco, CA 94111 v:(415) 343-0830 f:(415) 543-0735

  2. Bay Area Region www.californiacompetes.org

  3. Del Norte Modoc Siskiyou Northern California Regional Map Shasta Lassen Trinity Humboldt Tehama Upper Sacramento Valley Plumas Mendocino Butte Glenn Sierra Nevada Yuba Sacramento Tahoe Colusa Placer Sutter Lake El Dorado Sonoma Yolo Alpine Napa Sacramento Amador Solano Calaveras Marin Central Sierra Tuolumne Contra Costa San Joaquin Mono San Francisco Alameda Bay Area Stanislaus Mariposa San Mateo Merced Santa Clara Madera Santa Cruz Fresno San Joaquin Valley Inyo San Benito Tulare Monterey Kings Central Coast Inland Empire San Luis Obispo Kern San Bernardino Santa Barbara Los Angeles Ventura Los Angeles Riverside Orange Orange San Diego Imperial www.californiacompetes.org San Diego Imperial

  4. Population and Educational Attainment www.californiacompetes.org

  5. Working Age Population by Region 18 to 64 Year Olds, 2006-08 www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  6. Working Age Population (18 to 64 Year Olds) by Race/Ethnicity - 2006-08 (%) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  7. Young Adults in Need of Education: Number of 18 to 24 Year Olds (Not Enrolled in Education) without a College Degree (2008-09) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  8. Educational Attainment of 18 to 24 Year Olds, Not Enrolled in High School or College (2006-08) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  9. Educational Attainment of 18 to 24 Year Olds Not Enrolled by Race/Ethnicity (2006-08) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  10. Educational Attainment of 25 to 44 Year Olds (2006-08) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  11. High School Attainment Gap between White and Minority 25 to 44 Year Olds (2006-08) (Minority - Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  12. College Attainment Gap between White and Minority 25 to 44 Year Olds (2006-08) (Minority - Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  13. Educational Attainment of 25 - 44 Year Olds (2006-08) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  14. Employment and Earnings www.californiacompetes.org

  15. Employment by Occupation Category (2008) www.californiacompetes.org Source: CA Employment Development Department

  16. Percent Employment by Occupation Category (2008) www.californiacompetes.org Source: CA Employment Development Department

  17. Change in Employment by Occupation Category (from 2008 to 2018) www.californiacompetes.org Source: CA Employment Development Department

  18. Estimated Additional College Credentials Needed as a Result of Job Growth (2008 to 2018) Total = 208,860 Some College = 64,779 Associates = 29,957 Bachelor’s = 71,982 Graduate/Prof = 48,142 www.californiacompetes.org Source: CA Employment Development Department; U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Decennial Census and 2009 American Community Survey

  19. Projected Annual Openings by Occupation Category – Due to Openings and Replacements (2008 to 2018) www.californiacompetes.org Source: CA Employment Development Department

  20. Additional College Credentials Needed Annually as a Result of Openings and Replacements (2008 to 2018) Total = 78,334 Some College = 30,280 Associates = 9,266 Bachelor’s = 24,752 Graduate/Prof = 14,036 www.californiacompetes.org Source: CA Employment Development Department; U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Decennial Census and 2009 American Community Survey

  21. Median Earnings of Workers Aged 25 to 44 by Level of Education (2006-08) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  22. The Education Pipeline www.californiacompetes.org

  23. High School Graduation: High School Graduates as a Percent of 9th Graders Four Years Earlier (2007) www.californiacompetes.org Source: CPEC

  24. High School Graduation by Race/Ethnicity: High School Graduates as a Percent of 9th Graders Four Years Earlier (2007) www.californiacompetes.org Source: CPEC

  25. Percent of High School Graduates Going Directly to College (2006-08) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  26. Percent of First-Time College Students Directly Out of High School Staying in Region (2006-08) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  27. Attendance Patterns of First-Time College Students Directly Out of High School by Region (2006-08) www.californiacompetes.org Source: US Census Bureau, 2006-08 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata Samples

  28. In-State College Going Rates Directly Out of High School by Race/Ethnicity (2007) www.californiacompetes.org Source: CPEC