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Other courses offered by the dept department:

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Job Outlook and Wage Information

The following table shows possible career paths related to these classes:

Post K-12 Education Opportunities

The following table shows possible post-K12 programs related to this SHS class:

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Course Info

Dept: dept  ID:: crn

Req: req  Grade Level: level (classLength)

Prereq: prereq

Other courses offered by the dept department:

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The Department of Education provides a lot of information about all colleges across the country. The following tables describe general information about the students who attend this school:

Enrollment
Undergrads: undergrad
Grad Students: grad
Percentage Female:female
Percentage Male: male
Admission Rate: admit
Retention Rate: retain4
Graduation Rate: finish
Full-time Faculty:fulltime

You can access this information plus a lot more at the following Dept of Education sites:

  Student Loan Repayment

The following table shows the student loan status for graduates of sName. Two years after graduation, onTrack% of graduates owe less than the original loan amount of their federal student loans. These numbers do not include students who didn't graduate.

Federal Student Loan Repayment
Paid in Full Paid
Owe less than orig loan balance Progress
Owe more than orig loan balance NoProg
Deferment (eg re-enter school) defer
Forbearance (reduced payment): forbear
Delinquent (30+ days overdue): Delinq
Default (360+ days overdue): Default
Discharged: discharge

  College Costs

College is Expensive. It is often difficult to determine the actual costs of attendence without applying to the school. The following tables display this information using Department of Education data. Their data is based on Federal Student Loan receiptients and is intended to give you a 'ballpark' idea of the typical costs for various family situations.

Average Cost Per Family Income
$0 - $30k $-
$31K - $47K $-
$48K - $75K $-
$76K -$110K $-
$110K and higher $-
Annual Cost by Item
Overall Gross Cost $-
Overall Avg Net Cost $-
In-State Tuition $-
Out-of-State Tuition $-
Room/Board (on-campus) $-
Room/Board (off-campus)$-
Books $-
Other Costs (on-campus) $-
Other Costs (off-campus)$-

  SAT/ACT Scores

Although most schools no longer require students to submit ACT/SAT scores, this information can provide a valuable method for estimating your approximate standing at the school. Additionally, Colleges often award scholarships relative to your rank among their incoming freshman so these historic ACT/SAT scores can give you a general idea prior to applying. Also, if you are typically at the top of your high school class, this info could help manage your expectations when you are just one of numerous smart kids in class. eg. If you are a STEM major in the bottom 25% of your college class, it is highly-likely that you will change to an 'easier' major regardless if you attend Harvard, OSU or PCC.

SubjectACTSAT
25%50%75% 25%50%75%
Math
English
(Wr/Read)

  Field of Study

This section provides information on every degree program offered at sName. The Federal Department of Education updates the College Scorecard data (wages/number of grads) annually.

The following table describes the color-coding scheme for average wages of program graduates.

  • Income: The minimum income bar was somewhat arbitrarily set at $31,200 based on working fulltime @ $15/hr ($15/hr * 40hr/week * 52weeks/year). Loan amounts are based on average student loans for the school (not degree). The payments are based on 10-year loans and use post-tax income.
  • Investment: The ROI bar attempts to evaluate the results of investing the EDU costs against investing up to 15% of your income (eg. 401K) after cost-of-living expenses and loan payments.
SummaryIncomeEducation Investment ROI
Higher-Income, Positive ROI Average Wage more than $15/hour after loan payments <15% income contribution will outgain investing EDU costs
Higher-Income, Negative ROI Average Wage more than $15/hour after loan payments 15% income contribution will not outgain investing EDU costs
Lower-Income, No Investments Average Wage less than $15/hour after loan payments No disposable income for investment after loan payments
Average Wage less than $15/hour Average Wage less than $15/hour with No loan payments No disposable income for investment after living expenses

The following table provides data specific to this school. The results are sorted by the most popular degrees.

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The following section shows the degree progams available with the state of Oregon.

Degrees from Oregon Post-K12 Schools

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Related Occupations

The following table shows related jobs for graduates with this degree:

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  Future Job Growth

The state provides wage and job outlook information for the state of Oregon. provides information for the entire country (including breakdowns of state and regional areas). The following table displays job outlook and wage information for jobName relative to other jobs in the State of Oregon.

Job Projection Data
Relative GroupsJobs in 2021Projected Jobs in 2030Projected Annual Openings
All Jobs in Oregon
Similar
Similar Jobs

The state provides some for jobs.

  Regional Dependencies

The following image shows employment openings for across the nation. This information provides a sense of whether a particular job is regionally-dependent.

Recent Employment of this job, by area

  Current Job Wages

The state provides wage and job outlook information for the state of Oregon. provides information for the entire country (including breakdowns of state and regional areas). The following table displays job outlook and wage information for jobName relative to other jobs in the State of Oregon.

Job Wage Data
Category10%25%Median75%90%
All Jobs in Oregon - - - - -
Similar - - - - -
Similar Jobs - - - - -
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  Related Occupations

Every job requires a certain set of skills. The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides the following websites to help identify the skills, knowledge topics, and education requirements for each job.

  • mnm shows a summary of the skills and employment forecast for this occupation.
  • o*net contains the same information with more details.

The following table shows occupations that require similar skills as a .

  Post-Secondary Education

Career ROI Tool (alpha version)

This web-based tool allows you to evaluate/compare the Return-On-Investment (ROI) for different College and Career paths by applying reasonable assumptions and comparing the possible long-term outcomes. You can chose a generic job ($N/hour with 3% annual raises), college program (School/Degree-specific salary data from College Scorecard) or a job (salary data from Bureau of Labor Statistics). For each path option, you can also factor the various education paths (SHS, Comm College, University).

The calculated cost of the specified educational path is based on an article from the New York FED and uses in-state tuition.

Create Custom Scenario for

Modify Life Parameters

Adjust the parameters used to evaluate annual living expenses, loan payments, and investments

Starting Cost-Of-Living (2% annual increase)
Min Weekly Income
Modify Education Options

Specify number of terms (1 term = 15 credits/quarter) at each Institution for Custom scenario

terms in High School via AP/Dual Credit/Extended Options)
terms at Community College
terms at College/University
Initial Student Loan Amount

Summary of Results

Using the methodology from the New York FED paper, the following data compares the possible income and wealth outcomes of acquiring a degree against investing the same amount of money in a stock market index fund and getting a generic job that only requires on-the-job training. Although the values appear to have a level of precision, they should not be taken literally and are just intended to show a reasonable, possible outcome. Every one's situation is unique.

Income (working and retirement)

This table and graph summarize the possible 'income' outcomes of the three scenarios. The calculations assume % annual pay increases and % inflation rate. thus each 'curve' appears to be linear.

For the 'base' and 'custom' scenarios, the first seven years use annual, equal increments from the 10th percentile () to 50th percentile () of the salary range for the specified job. Thus the slope may appear slightly different at the beginning of the career.

Summary of Working and Retirement Income
DataGeneric JobBase PathCustom Path
Initial year income
Final year income
Lifetime post-tax income
minus loan payments
Annual Retirement Income

Wealth (Loans and Investments)

This table and graph summarize the possible 'wealth' outcomes of the three scenarios. Wealth is your investments minus your loans. Unlike the linear 'income' curves, the 'wealth' curve is exponental due to compound interest (unless you are unable to make your loan payments). The calculations assume you achieve the specified 'minimum weekly income' before paying any loans (if necessary, it pulls from investments to achieve the weekly income goal). It also assumes you can make your full loan payment before you add to your investments. The investments are capped at 30% of post-tax income or 15% of gross income. Investments grow at 7% annually.

Summary of Loans/Investments
DataGeneric JobBase PathCustom Path
EDU Costs
Oppotunity Costs
Student Loans
Initial Wealth
Age paid off loans
Final year interest
Final year Wealth

Detailed Table of Results

Age Cost Of Living Generic Job Base Path Custom
Annual IncomeInvestLoanWealthMonthly Post-tax Income Annual IncomeInvestLoanWealthMonthly Post-tax Income Annual IncomeInvestLoanWealthMonthly Post-tax Income