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Annual ORR Reports to Congress - 2005: Partnerships to Improve Employment and Self-Sufficiency Outcomes

Published: May 6, 2014

Partnerships to Improve Employment and Self-Sufficiency Outcomes

In FY 1996, ORR undertook a joint effort with States to improve State performance in refugee employment and self-sufficiency outcomes. States and California counties have been required since FY 1996 to establish annual outcome goals aimed at continuous improvement of performance along the following six outcome measures:

  • Entered Employment , defined as the entry of a refugee into unsubsidized employment, either full-time or part-time.
  • Terminations Due to Earnings , defined as the termination of a cash assistance case (RCA, TANF, and general assistance) due to earned income. For FY 2005, calculation of the cash assistance termination rate was refined. Previously computed as the number of terminations divided by the total number of individuals entering employments, the new calculation correctly uses the total number of individuals receiving cash assistance who entered employment as the denominator.
  • Reductions Due to Earnings , defined as a reduction in the amount of cash assistance that a case receives as a result of earned income. As with the cash assistance termination rate noted above, the cash assistance reduction rate is now computed using as the denominator the total number of individuals receiving cash assistance who entered employment.
  • Average Wage at Placement , calculated as the sum of the hourly wages for the full-time placements divided by, the total number of individuals placed in employment. For FY 2005, the methodology for calculating the aggregate average wage for the nation and
    California counties was improved. The new methodology replaces the previous calculation of taking the mean of the average wages with a weighted average that accounts for differences in total numbers of full-time entered employments between States and California counties.
  • Job Retentions , defined as the number of persons working for wages (in any unsubsidized job) on the 90 th day after placement. This is a measure of continued participation in the labor market, not retention of a specific job.
  • Entered Employment with Health Benefits , defined as a job placement with health benefits offered within six months of employment, regardless of whether the refugee actually accepts the coverage offered.
  • ORR tracked State and county performance throughout the year, with FY 2005 performance reported as follows:
  • Entered Employment totaled 35,776, or 53% of the total caseload, representing a 3% increase over FY 2004 (37,462 or 50%).
  • Terminations due to Earnings totaled 10,517, or 56% of those entering employment who had received cash assistance. This is a 4% decrease from FY 2004 (10,167 or 60%).
  • Reductions due to Earnings totaled 2,178, or 12% of those entering employment who had received cash assistance. This is a 3% decrease from FY 2004 (2,460 or 15%).
  • Average Wage at Placement for those entering full-time employment was $8.04, a $0.07 increase from the average of $7.97 in FY 2004.
  • Employment Retention totaled 28,183 for a retention rate of 74%, a 0.29% increase from FY 2004 (27,773 or 74%).
  • Entered Employment with Health Benefits reached 18,892, with 64% of those entering full-time employment having health benefits available through their employer, a 8% increase from FY 2004 (18,104 or 56%).

In FY 2005, the caseload decreased by three percent over FY 2004. A caseload is defined as the unduplicated number of active employable adults enrolled in employment services. The rate of job placements remained the same; however, 79 percent of refugees who found employment retained their employment for 90 days, a five percent increase from FY 2004. Sixty-five percent of full-time job placements offered health insurance, compared to 56 percent the year before.

  • Twenty-two States and five California counties exceeded their entered employments from FY 2004. Also, 26 States and four California counties increased the number of cash assistance terminations over the previous year.

Twenty-one States and nine California counties improved their job retention rate over the previous year. Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi all reported a retention rate of 100 percent. Retention rates of over 90 percent were reported in the District of Columbia, Idaho, North Carolina, and North Dakota.

In FY 2005, thirty-two States and ten California counties reported higher wages at placement than in FY 2004. In FY 2005, 25 States and eight California counties reported higher wages than the average aggregate wage for all States ($8.29): Alaska ($10.54), Arkansas ($10.00), California ($8.80), Colorado ($8.42), Connecticut ($8.97), the District of Columbia ($8.49), Hawaii ($8.80), Illinois ($8.45), Iowa ($8.62), Massachusetts ($9.81), Minnesota ($9.00), Missouri ($8.53), Montana ($8.50), Nebraska ($9.00), Nevada ($8.76), New Jersey ($10.27), New York ($8.52), Pennsylvania ($9.36), Rhode Island ($8.78), South Dakota ($9.52), Tennessee ($8.30), Vermont ($9.21), Virginia ($8.67), Washington ($8.70), Wisconsin ($8.98), and the California counties of Alameda ($9.85), Butte ($9.00), Sacramento ($8.97), San Francisco ($10.58), San Joaquin ($9.00), Santa Clara ($9.32), Stanislaus ($9.25), and Yolo ($8.89), reported the highest average wage at placement.

ORR also tracked the cost per job placement in each State and California county. This measure is the ratio of the total funds used by the State for employment services divided by the number of refugees entering employment during the fiscal year. The average unit cost for all States was $2,018.86 per job placement. This represented a $134.84 increase from the FY 2004 average unit cost of $1,884.02.

Shown below is a summary of the FY 2004 and FY 2005 outcomes for all States and by State. The caseload presented for each State and county consists of the number of refugees with whom a service provider had regular and direct involvement during the fiscal year in planned employment-related activities for the purpose of assisting the refugee to find or retain employment. For terminations, reductions, and retentions, each goal and outcome is also described as a percentage of entered employments. Some States opted to express terminations and reductions as a percentage of refugee cash assistance recipients who entered employment, rather than as a percentage of all entered employments. Health benefit availability is presented as a percentage of full-time entered employments .

All States (Aggregate) FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 74,559   71,241  
Entered Employment 37,462 50% 35,765 54%
Terminations 10,167 61% 10,517 56%
Reductions 2,460 15% 2,178 12%
Average Wage $7.97   $8.04  
Retention 27,773 74% 28,183 74%
Health Benefits 18,104 56 % 18,892 64%
Alabama FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 78   119  
Entered Employments 78 100% 119 100%
Terminations 33 90% 43 75%
Reductions 0 0% 0 0%
Average Wage $6.90   $7.45  
Retentions 75 100% 99 100%
Health Benefits 54 80 % 90 81%
Alaska FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 37   134  
Entered Employments 25 68% 32 24%
Terminations 9 75% 4 25%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 1 $10.78 19
0
8%

76% 0%
10 $10.54 24
8
63%

51% 73%
Arizona FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 2,628   1,100  
Entered Employments 784 30% 916 83%
Terminations 4 3% 78 17%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 16 $7.00 377 425 10%

52% 55%
24 $7.41 712 715 5%

79% 88%
Arkansas FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 26   5  
Entered Employments 3 12% 1 20%
Terminations 3 100% 0 0%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0 $11.16 1
1
0%

33% 33%
0 $10.00 1
1
0%

100% 100%

In Arkansas, only Sebastian County ( Ft. Smith) provided employment services and therefore reported Social Services assistance outcomes.

Colorado FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1008   844  
Entered Employments 368 37% 399 47%
Terminations 220 94% 280 86%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 9
$8.66 220 234
9%

76% 88%
18 $8.42 353 239 6%

85% 78%

The Colorado formula for assistance determination disregards earned income for the first four months, resulting in a lower rate of cash assistance reductions.

Connecticut FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 727   555  
Entered Employments 180 25% 172 31%
Terminations 1 1% 1 1%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 13 $9.39 87
65
16%

48% 40%
23 $8.97 100
82
29%

54% 52%
Delaware FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 46   46  
Entered Employments 23 50% 6 13%
Terminations 8 67% 2 33%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 2
$7.90 33
4
17%

94% 31%
1
$8.18
9
0
17%

67% 0%
Dist. of Columbia FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 341   315  
Entered Employments 259 76% 256 81%
Terminations 161 95% 197 96%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 9
$7.86 231 116
5%

90% 55%
8
$8.49 233 164
4%

91% 67%
Florida FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 21,741   18,919  
Entered Employments 12,001 55% 10,820 57%
Terminations 4,463 87% 4,917 89%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$7.17 7,689 4,812
0%

57% 44%
0
$7.42 6,966 5,762
0%

64% 59%

Due to low assistance payment levels, almost all refugees in Florida terminate assistance when they enter employment.

Georgia FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,513   1,219  
Entered Employments 616 41% 641 53%
Terminations 12 22% 13 29%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 14 $9.20 644
32
3%

56% 14%
0
$8.06 474 321
0%

79% 52%
Hawaii FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 36   20  
Entered Employments 19 53 % 5 25%
Terminations 0 0% 0 0%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$6.80 13
11
0%

100% 100%
0
$8.80
5
5
0%

42% 100%
Idaho FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 141   250  
Entered Employments 127 90% 224 90%
Terminations 68 88% 152 91%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$7.25 99
63
0%

93% 68%
0
$7.15 173 116
0%

91% 70%
Illinois FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,531   1,246  
Entered Employments 855 56% 838 67%
Terminations 194 52% 177 42%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 105 $8.69 542 552 28%

63% 81%
135 $8.11 561 524 32%

73% 81%
Indiana FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 115   146  
Entered Employments 115 100% 138 95%
Terminations 37 79% 48 51%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$7.25 109 115
0%

100% 100%
0
$7.50 94
124
0%

73% 95%
Iowa FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 665   686  
Entered Employments 457 69% 431 63%
Terminations 96 41% 90 43%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 62 $8.46 404 299 26%

94% 94%
50 $8.62 378 318 24%

88% 92%

In Iowa, welfare recipients may receive an unreduced check for up to four months after employment begins. As a consequence, the State recorded few cash assistance reductions.

Kansas FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 162   211  
Entered Employments 63 39% 100 47%
Terminations 3 75% 31 67%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$8.21 56
49
0%

74% 86%
11 $8.19 54
61
24%

68% 66%

Kentucky

FY 2004

FY 2005

Caseload

974

 

818

 

Entered Employments

715

73%

567

72%

Terminations

450

78%

455

97%

Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 27 $8.06 509 635 5%

100% 91%
13 $8.24 478 531 3%

87% 96%
Louisiana FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 140   160  
Entered Employments 106 76% 104 65%
Terminations 44 52% 28 46%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 7
$6.29 80
22
8%

82% 22%
4
$6.65 86
21
8%

77% 23%
Maine FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 269      
Entered Employments 219 100%    
Terminations 43 25%    
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 106 $8.25 167
48
61%

76% 48%
   

Due to wholesale staff and program changes, Maine was not able to report FY 2005 performance.

Maryland FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 797   749  
Entered Employments 539 68% 512 68%
Terminations 315 100% 241 100%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$8.07 495 347
0%

77% 84%
0
$8.12 491 305
0%

85% 79%
Massachusetts FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,229   1,359  
Entered Employments 807 66% 933 69%
Terminations 344 65% 418 78%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 169 $9.83 694 443 32%

87% 81%
113 $9.81 808 542 21%

83% 83%
Michigan FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 2,403   1,799  
Entered Employments 993 41% 995 55%
Terminations 195 85% 242 69%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 19 $8.01 791 631 8%

76% 73%
59 $7.92 833 460 17%

76% 59%
Minnesota FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,494   3,291  
Entered Employments 753 50% 1,396 42%
Terminations 328 62% 146 17%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 337 $9.00 497 293 63%

46% 64%
231 $9.00 901 507 27%

63% 56%
Mississippi FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 18   15  
Entered Employments 9 50% 15 100%
Terminations 0 0% 0 0%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$7.00
3
1
0%

100% 11%
0
$6.52 10
8
0%

100% 53%
Missouri FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 2,582   1,791  
Entered Employments 837 32% 615 34%
Terminations 24 55% 14 33%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 18 $8.38 668 684 41%

76% 88%
29 $8.53 538 505 67%

78% 91%
Montana FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 80   55  
Entered Employments 35 44% 32 58%
Terminations 5 63% 1 50%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 2
$7.50 24
2
25%

60% 11%
1
$8.50 24
2
50%

77% 10%
Nebraska FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 93   18  
Entered Employments 93 100% 18 100%
Terminations 7 88% 16 100%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 1
$8.99 86
9
13%

75% 9%
0
$9.00 34
10
0%

72% 56%

Due to Nebraska’s low benefit rate, placement into a job nearly always results in a termination of benefits.

Nevada

FY 2004

FY 2005

Caseload

819

 

813

 

Entered Employments

646

79%

696

86%

Terminations

191

45%

278

53%

Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 35 $8.15 421 549 8%

78% 89%
39 $8.76 305 584 7%

35% 87%

In Nevada, refugee cash assistance recipients may receive an unreduced check for up to four months after employment begins. As a consequence, the State recorded few cash assistance reductions.

New Hampshire FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 291   221  
Entered Employments 175 60% 159 72%
Terminations 64 100% 85 94%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$7.57 102 163
0%

99% 98%
5
$7.78 169 150
6%

80% 97%

Reductions in assistance due to earnings were extremely low because the New Hampshire formula will usually terminate any full-time employment except in the case of very large families.

New Jersey FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,010   921  
Entered Employments 675 67% 530 58%
Terminations 41 39% 10 11%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 17 $8.80 620
61
16%

70% 10%
12 $10.27 394 216 14%

74% 47%
New Mexico FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 76   252  
Entered Employments 49 64% 166 66%
Terminations 14 50% 9 21%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 12 $7.16 49
24
43%

20% 56%
12 $7.38 145
68
28%

87% 74%
New York FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,724   2,640  
Entered Employments 1,724 100% 1,175 45%
Terminations 109 21% 35 7%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 404 $8.98 1,408 910 79%

78% 64%
450 $8.52 965 641 93%

81% 65%
North Carolina FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 646   810  
Entered Employments 639 76% 625 77%
Terminations 139 93% 142 97%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 11 $8.38 647 488 7%

95% 88%
5
$8.12 665 459
3%

95% 82%
North Dakota FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 160   145  
Entered Employments 117 73% 133 92%
Terminations 73 100% 78 78%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 3
$7.52 68
66
4%

85% 66%
0
$7.94 100 107
0%

93% 87%
Ohio FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 2,407   3,624  
Entered Employments 849 35% 1,326 37%
Terminations 49 6% 72 5%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 14 $7.15 839
8
2%

100% 31%
11 $7.98 1435 13 1%

72% 9%
Oklahoma FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 587   549  
Entered Employments 71 12% 84 15%
Terminations 37 100% 48 100%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$7.55 63
31
0%

93% 45%
0
$7.93 75
44
0%

72% 68%
Oregon FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 2,541   2,820  
Entered Employments 1,188 47% 1,274 45%
Terminations 635 88% 608 87%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 84 $8.16 878 623 12%

86% 64%
92 $8.07 1,167 694 13%

89% 64%
Pennsylvania FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 4,271   1,702  
Entered Employments 1,360 32% 1,071 63%
Terminations 155 40% 127 37%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 51 $8.84 1,049 815 13%

77% 77%
58 $9.36 1,050 521 17%

80% 60%
Rhode Island FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 198   112  
Entered Employments 87 44% 42 38%
Terminations 10 50% 16 64%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 7
$8.27 58
69
35%

83% 96%
9
$8.78 38
31
36%

84% 100%
San Diego (W/F) FY 2004 FY 2005
         
Caseload     650  
Entered Employments     278 43%
Terminations     140 50%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits     98 $8.09 255 100 35%

86% 50%

FY 2005 is the first year that ORR has reported the Wilson-Fish Alternative program in San Diego County as a separate program. Because this is a program separate from the California state program, the outcomes reported here are not included in the California state results.

South Carolina FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 211   185  
Entered Employments 135 64% 121 65%
Terminations 12 100% 2 100%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$6.66 123 118
0%

93% 88%
0
$6.77 101
91
0%

82% 75%
South Dakota FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 367   318  
Entered Employments 272 74% 292 92%
Terminations 77 82% 110 81%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 17 $9.87 221 162 18%

90% 79%
10 $9.52 214 187 7%

68% 81%
Tennessee FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 797   747  
Entered Employments 202 25% 202 27%
Terminations 0 0% 0 0%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$7.87 195 148
0%

97% 76%
0
$8.30 160
98
0%

87% 50%
Texas FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,929   2,824  
Entered Employments 1,563 81% 1,766 63%
Terminations 58 11% 75 9%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$7.85 1,288 1,005
0%

82% 74%
0
$7.49 1,734 1,298
0%

82% 81%
Utah FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,043   1,036  
Entered Employments 737 71% 734 71%
Terminations 67 46% 96 39%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 54 $7.41 551 445 37%

80% 71%
29 $7.18 587 348 12%

76% 55%
Vermont FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 115   118  
Entered Employments 87 76% 98 83%
Terminations 77 100% 70 97%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$8.78 94
67
0%

90% 88%
2
$9.21 117
75
3%

83% 90%
Virginia FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,245   1,176  
Entered Employments 1,168 94% 964 82%
Terminations 106 64% 148 99%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 8
$8.46 853 524
5%

75% 60%
2
$8.67 1,022 560
1%

81% 74%
Washington FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 3,320   4390  
Entered Employments 1,084 33% 810 18%
Terminations 589 81% 484 77%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 83 $8.38 924 686 11%

87% 86%
76 $8.74 676 108 12%

74% 18%

Washington State ’s data collection system contained serious errors that the State could not overcome by t he time of this printing. Therefore, their outcome data is reported here, but not included in the overall data comparisons for all states.

West Virginia FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 27   12  
Entered Employments 1 4% 2 17%
Terminations 1 100% 0 0%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$5.75
1
1
0%

9% 100%
1
$5.75
2
0
100%

67% 0%
Wisconsin FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1023   1316  
Entered Employments 445 43% 611 46%
Terminations 48 67% 267 91%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 6
$8.55 349 242
8%

80% 63%
22 $8.98 430 441 7%

74% 78%

California (Aggregate)

California FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 8,396   7,990  
Entered Employments 3,154 38% 3,116 39%
Terminations 521 22% 507 20%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 714 $7.82 2,396 781 30%

71% 35%
591 $8.80 2,679 1,015 23%

85% 44%

California Counties

Alameda FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 218   157  
Entered Employments 116 53% 107 68%
Terminations 7 78% 16 36%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 2
$9.72 85
65
22%

73% 57%
19 $9.85 76
85
43%

71% 88%
Butte FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload N/A   125  
Entered Employments N/A N/A 1 1%
Terminations N/A N/A    
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits N/A N/A $9.00  

This is the first year that Butte County has been requested to report outcome data.

Contra Costa FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 31   N/A  
Entered Employments 15 79% N/A N/A
Terminations 4 63% N/A N/A
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 8
$8.40 15
4
37%

77% 63%
N/A N/A

Contra Costa County is no longer required to report outcome data due to program changes in California.

Fresno FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 162   459  
Entered Employments 58 36% 203 44%
Terminations 1 2% 21 10%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 4
$6.79 12
31
7%

39% 67%
26 $7.03 109
98
13%

39% 50%
Los Angeles FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 4,963   4,219  
Entered Employments 1,081 22% 1,051 25%
Terminations 203 19% 182 17%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 219 $7.76 825
29
20%

76% 5%
183 $7.87 935
47
17%

83% 9%
Orange FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 136   132  
Entered Employments 68 50% 116 88%
Terminations 53 78% 36 63%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 16 $7.55 93
30
24%

82% 58%
11 $8.09 87
37
19%

79% 40%
Sacramento FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 1,527   1,609  
Entered Employments 956 63% 915 57%
Terminations 90 16% 83 14%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 217 $8.85 607 341 38%

54% 38%
191 $8.97 767 537 33%

75% 62%
San Diego FY 2004 FY 2005
Caseload 544   498  
Entered Employments 354 65% 280 56%
Terminations 29 12% 29 12%
Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 172 $7.80 323 123 71%

93% 56%
83 $7.80 n/a
44
34%

n/a 24%

San Diego County had a data collection error regarding their job retention data that could not be corrected at the time of this printing. The data systems are currently being improved to provide accurate and efficient data collection.

San Francisco

FY 2004

FY 2005

Caseload

288

 

213

 

Entered Employments

91

32%

105

49%

Terminations

38

76%

52

74%

Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 8 $10.80 66
43
16%

80% 100%
2 $10.58 61
26
3%

65% 51%

San Joaquin

FY 2004

FY 2005

Caseload

0

 

125

 

Entered Employments

0

0%

20

16%

Terminations

0

0%

12

60%

Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 0
$0.0
0
0
0%

0%
0%
8
$9.00
0
10
40%

0%
100%

This is the first year that San Joaquin County has been required to report outcome and goal data.

Santa Clara

FY 2004

FY 2005

Caseload

513

 

277

 

Entered Employments

360

70%

208

75%

Terminations

94

45%

59

51%

Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 68 $9.18 274
120
68%

74% 48%
34 $9.32 162
109
29%

82% 60%

Stanislaus

FY 2004

FY 2005

Caseload

33

 

14

 

Entered Employments

9

27%

4

29%

Terminations

3

33%

1

25%

Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 4
$8.12
4
0
44%

44% 0%
0
$9.25
4
0
0%

100% 0%

Yolo

FY 2004

FY 2005

Caseload

143

 

162

 

Entered Employments

104

73%

106

65%

Terminations

24

24%

16

16%

Reductions Average Wage Retentions Health Benefits 30 $8.56 104
26
30%

100% 35%
34 $8.89 151
22
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