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During the 1980s, California experimented with conventional methods of following students with mailed questionnaires. The results widely cited but virtually impossible to find, seem to have been based on very small response rates. When the state developed matching methods with UI data, Friedlander (1993) generated some early outcomes for Santa Barbara and Grossmount Community Colleges, displayed in Tables 13 and 14. The results in Table 13 indicate that, three years after leaving college, those with Associate degrees earned 20 percent more than certificate holders, who in turn earned slightly more (5.0 percent) than those who left with at least 12 credits but without any credential. (Those with fewer than 12 units were eliminated from the analysis on the grounds that they had not completed enough coursework to make any difference.)

Table 14 presents the results for different majors. Clearly, technical fields (drafting, electronics, computer science) and medical occupations (nursing and radiology) have the highest returns, as one might expect. Low-tech fields restaurant management, graphic arts, business, Office and Information Systems (OIS)have the lowest returns, with differences sharper three years after leaving college than one year out. Since Friedlander's early work, the state of California has continued to develop data for the state as a whole and for individual colleges as well. 

The analysis has tended to follow the patterns in Table 13: that is, median earnings during the last year in college are used as a control for an individual's earning capacity prior to leaving community college. Then median earnings three years after leaving college are used as the measure of post-education outcomes. The results, displayed in Table 15, are available for different types of students.'" In general they confirm some familiar patterns: while the overall increase in earnings from the last year of college to three years after leaving is modest (12.4 percent), the increase is much greater for those earning Associate degrees (54 percent) and certificates (29.3 percent) than for those with less than 12 credits, who earn only 7.8 percent more.

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