Skip to Content

Bachelor’s Graduates Employed or Continuing Education



4.3% change from previous year

This metric is based on the percentage of bachelor’s degree recipients who are found employed and earning at least $40,000, or have continued their education after graduating. This metric serves as one of the Board’s indicators on the economic and workforce outcomes of bachelor’s degree completers in the system.

Bachelor’s Graduates Employed or Continuing Education

This metric reflects the Board’s focus on improving the outcomes of students who earn a bachelor’s degree, ensuring students in the system are prepared to enter the workforce or continue their education in a graduate program.  Performance on this metric, combined with the 2nd lowest tuition in the nation, ensures that Florida students and their families experience a positive return on their investment.     

This metric is included in the Board’s Performance-Based Funding Model, Accountability Plan and 2025 Strategic Plan.    

Sources: State University Database System (SUDS), Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) analysis of State Wage Interchange System (SWIS), and National Student Clearinghouse (NSC).