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The Education Pipeline  

WORKFORCE

Bachelor's-Degree Graduates In-State
Of the graduates earning bachelor's degrees in 2009, 81 percent, or 12,485, were working in Oklahoma in the year following graduation.

Bar graph showing percentage of bachelor's-degree graduates employed in the state after one year. 2006-07: 78 percent. 2007-08: 77 percent. 2008-09: 81 percent. Source: Data for the OSRHE Employment Outcomes Reports.

Bar graph showing bachelor's-degree graduates in the state after one year. 2006-07: 11,734. 2007-08: 11,762. 2008-09: 12,485. Source: Data for the OSRHE Employment Outcomes Reports.

After five years, 62 percent, or 7,561, of those graduates were still employed in the state.

Bar graph showing percentage of bachelor's-degree graduates employed in the state after five years. 2006-07: 62 percent. 2007-08: 62 percent. 2008-09: 62 percent. Source: Data for the OSRHE Employment Outcomes Reports.

Bar graph showing bachelor's-degree graduates in the state after five years. 2006-07: 6,805. 2007-08: 7,140. 2008-09: 7,561. Source: Data for the OSRHE Employment Outcomes Reports.



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