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Any Training

Figures 65 through 68 show rates of any training completion, from credentialed training in an occupation in demand to on-the-job training or non-credentialed training (not previously shown). (See Note 1).

Any training completed by workforce system participants

Analysis

Rates of any training completion among Dislocated Worker participants range from a high of 60 percent among white participants to a low of 45 percent among Asian or Pacific Islander participants (Figure 65). The difference is smaller by class: 59 percent of participants who were financially secure prior to participation completed any type of training, compared to 55 percent of those who were financially struggling (Figure 66).

Here again, disparities in training completion rates are much more pronounced among Adult program participants. Nearly 70 percent of white participants completed any type of training, compared to 24 percent of Asian and Pacific Islander participants (Figure 67). Again, the difference by class is smaller: 67 percent of those who were financially secure prior to participation completed any type of training, compared to 55 percent of those who were financially struggling.

Notes

  1. Non-credentialed training includes anything from English language classes to Adult Basic Education to short-term classes in Excel.
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