On Wednesday, January 27, 2016, JobPath unveiled a report that evaluated the long-term outcomes of JobPath graduates between 2010 and 2014. Data from unemployment insurance records was used to determine the number of graduates currently working in Pima County and how their wage levels increased over time. Outside evaluator Applied Economics found the following key facts:
–79% of graduates (300 men and women) are still employed in Pima County.
-These JobPath graduates increased their income by nearly $10 million over pre-training levels in just five years.
-JobPath created a total economic impact of $34.3 million on the Pima County economy in 2014-15 based on the current contributions of graduates from the past five years.
-These impacts were accomplished with a total budget of less than $800,000 per year.
You can click here to be taken to our Results page to view and download the full report or one-page summary.
This research was generously underwritten by Valenzuela Dry Wall and The Estes Company in memory of Bill Valenzuela and Bill Estes, Jr.