September 26, 2017

The fastest-growing jobs in Florida require an education beyond high school, which is why Florida College Access Network (FCAN) has released new degree attainment profiles for all 67 counties in the state.

The new resource aims to help each county gain a clearer sense of where they stand on ensuring their residents have the education and training needed to meet tomorrow’s workforce needs.

The profiles feature five-year degree attainment trends, average wages by education/training level, and a summary of state and county-level attainment data. FCAN has also developed degree attainment profiles for each of the state’s 12 local college access networks (LCANs). These regional networks are working collaboratively to increase college and career readiness, access and attainment for students in their communities.

You can view the state, county, and LCAN profiles through these links:

State and County Degree Attainment Profiles

Florida

Local College Access Networks (LCANs)

Achieve Palm Beach County

Alachua County Education Compact

Broward Bridge to Life

Central Florida College Access Network (serves Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties): Region Counties

College is 4 Everyone (serves Polk, Highlands, and Hardee counties): Region Counties

Earn Up (serves Duval, St. Johns, Nassau, Baker, Putnam, and Clay counties): Region Counties

FutureMakers Coalition (serves Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Glades, and Hendry counties): Region Counties

Future Ready Collier

LEAP: Hillsborough College Access Network

Manatee College Access Network

My Brother’s Keeper/City of Miami

Talent4Tomorrow Partnership (serves Sarasota County)

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