Graduate Employment Report 2004-2007 - Algonquin College

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Graduate Employment Report 2004-2007 - Algonquin College

PRESIDENT’ S

MESSAGE

Algonquin College’s Graduate Employment Report

is our report card on the success of this College in

fulfilling its mandate of providing high quality, career

education and training which will lead to successful

careers in the workplace of today and tomorrow.

The economy continues to change and today’s

employers are seeking individuals who have been

prepared as knowledge workers with the skills and

attitude required for the workplace of the 21 st

century. Algonquin College, through its numerous

links to the broad employer community, continually

revises its curricula to reflect the needs of business,

industry and the public sector thereby ensuring the

readiness of its graduates to address those needs

and bring immediate value to the employer.

Algonquin College attracts students directly from high

school as well as those with university degrees, significant

work experience, successful careers and from all walks of

life because they know that a diploma from this College

will give them a competitive edge for the future.

We hope that you will find this document useful in

planning for your future. Please consider Algonquin

College for your next learning or recruitment

experience.

Robert C. Gillett

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DIRECTOR OF STUDENT

SUPPORT SERVICES' MESSAGE

This report supports Ontarians by reporting on the

outcomes of Algonquin College programs and

provides valuable market information to help

potential students and employers make informed

decisions. We have also included information about

typical positions occupied by graduates and these

represent testimonials to the quality of programs at

Algonquin College and to the ongoing relationship

the College has with business and industry to

ensure our training remains relevant to employers

and students.

An important component of Student Support

Services at Algonquin College is the dedicated

Student Employment Services Team which is proud

to serve Algonquin students and graduates

throughout and beyond their college experience. A full

range of assistance is provided in preparing for and

finding part-time, summer and, then upon graduation, fulltime

positions. As a testament to the career readiness of

our graduates we proudly present this GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT REPORT.

The report demonstrates employers are looking and

finding balanced students that can apply knowledge in

real-world settings, which is exactly the foundation of

Student Employment Service at Algonquin College.This

means that a graduate has, in many cases, work

experience in several skill set areas as well as the soft

skills needed to fit many different work environments.

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With an extreme shortage of skilled technical

professionals in the world, how many companies have

time to train and coach a fresh graduate, who is expecting

to be making excellent money, when they could be hiring

a graduate from Algonquin that can hit the ground

running and already knows that he or she wants to work

in this profession?

We hope you find the reports quick and easy to use.As

the end user of the report, your feedback can help us

continue to improve.

Please forward your comments or suggestions to:

Joanne McDonald

Manager, Career Services & Student Activities

Email Address: mcdonaj@algonquincollege.com

Office: 613-727-4723 ext. 5237

Fax: 613-727-7648

To each and every graduate, to the faculty and staff who

prepared them for employment, and to the employers

who hired them, we say CONGRATULATIONS! It has

been our pleasure to be a part of this critical journey.

Joanne McDonald

Kim Bedor

Jennifer Jarvis

Jane Norman

Wayne McIntyre

Director, Student Support Services

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Brenda Stapledon


KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ( KPI)

Data Collection Process

The Key Performance Indicators Initiative is all about...

Accountability and Excellence. The Ministry of Training, Colleges

and Universities, and Ontario’s 24 community colleges have

joined forces to implement this confidential standardized survey

process. The survey allows each college to obtain valuable client

feedback in areas such as: graduate employment, graduate

satisfaction and employer satisfaction.

The information contained in this report illustrates the

employment status of college graduates from post-secondary and

adult training programs between May 1, 2004 and April 30, 2007.

How is the Data Gathered?

Six months after graduation the graduates are contacted by an

independent consulting firm (hired by the Ministry of Training,

Colleges and Universities) regarding their employment status and

their satisfaction with their college experience. Contact is made

with the graduate by telephone for a specific reference week, i.e.

1st week of March for August graduates; 1st week of July for

December graduates; 1st week of November for April graduates.

At the time of contact, if the graduate is employed, he/she will be

asked for permission to survey his/her employer. Employers are

surveyed by telephone by the same consulting firm, who

contacted the graduates, within a month of the graduate granting

permission. Employers are asked to comment on the graduate’s

workplace abilities based on knowledge and skills acquired from

their college program.

Following the guidelines of the Freedom of Information Act,

information used in this report is obtained by telephone directly

from each graduate and employer.

To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of

Information Act, salary information may reflect provincial

averages or may be blank (if provincial average salaries are not

available) for programs in which fewer than five Algonquin

College graduates reported salaries.

Graduate and employer satisfaction survey information are also

included in this report in chart format.

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2004-2005 REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

AND COLUMN EXPLANATIONS

*Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and

Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see below.

90%

of our graduates

are employed!

RTOTAL GRADUATES – 4 244

Total number of graduates from full-time certificate, diploma and

post-diploma programs between May 1, 2004 and April 30, 2005.

RESPONDED TO SURVEY – 3 267

Total number of graduates who responded to the questionnaire

by telephone. All survey results are based on this number.

AVAILABLE FOR EMPLOYMENT – 2 686

Total number of graduates who were employed or actively

seeking employment.

TOTAL EMPLOYED - 2 418

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

employed in related or unrelated, full-time or part-time positions,

six months after graduation.

TOTAL EMPLOYED RELATED - 1 729 – 64%

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed full-time (more than 30 hours per week) or

part-time (less than 30 hours per week) in a position related or

partially related to their field of study.

TOTAL EMPLOYED WITH

MORE THAN 1 JOB - 448

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed with more than 1 job during the reference

week.

LOW - HIGH ANNUAL SALARY RANGE

The lowest and highest annual salaries reported from graduates

employed in their field of study.

AVERAGE SALARY (Entry-level)

Average salaries are calculated by using the salary information

reported by graduates employed full-time in their field of study.

All salaries are calculated based on a 40-hour work week.

NUMBER OF SALARIES REPORTED – 1 273

Total number of salaries reported by graduates employed fulltime

in their field of study.

TOTAL EMPLOYED UNRELATED - 689

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed full-time (more than 30 hours per week) or

part-time (less than 30 hours per week) in a position unrelated

to their field of study.

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EMPLOYED BUT STILL LOOKING FOR

ANOTHER JOB

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

employed in related or unrelated, full-time or part-time positions,

six months after graduation, who are looking for another job.

ACCEPTED A JOB AT A LATER DATE - 42

Total number of graduates who had accepted a job to begin after

the reference week.

STILL SEEKING EMPLOYMENT - 250

Total number of graduates who were not employed but were

seeking employment during the reference week.

NOT SEEKING EMPLOYMENT - 76

Total number of graduates who were not seeking employment

due to personal circumstances such as attending school full-time,

traveling, staying home for health reasons or because of family

responsibilities. This includes graduates on visas who do not have

work permits.

FURTHER EDUCATION - 629

Total number of graduates who returned to college or university

for further study during the reference week.

UNKNOWN - 977

Total number of graduates who could not be contacted by

telephone to complete the questionnaire.

2004-2005

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

AND COLUMN EXPLANATIONS

8%

10%

82%

EMPLOYER SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with graduate’s overall college

preparation.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 90%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 6%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 4%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

6%

91%

3%

GRADUATE SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with usefulness of your college

education in achieving your goals after graduation.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 82%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 10%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 8%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

6%

90%

4%

STUDENT SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with usefulness of the knowledge and

skills provided by your program towards your

future career.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 91%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 6%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 3%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

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G2004-2005 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

College-Wide

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2004-2005 is: $32,253.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 4,244 graduates for 2004-2005)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 3,267 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 2,686 (82%)

*Not Available for Employment: 581 (18%)

18%

Responded to Survey: 3,267 (77%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 977 (23%)

23% 82%

77%

* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other

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Employment Status

(of the 2,686 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 2,418 (90%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 250 (9%)

Unknown: 18 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

9%

1%

90%

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 2,686 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 1,729 (64%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 689 (26%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 250 (9%)

Unknown: 18 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

26%

64%

9%

1%

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G2004-2005 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

Pembroke Campus

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2004-2005 is: $25,658.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 236 graduates for 2004-2005)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 170 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 142 (84%)

*Not Available for Employment: 28 (16%)

16%

Responded to Survey: 170 (72%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 66 (28%)

28% 84%

72%

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* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other


Employment Status

(of the 142 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 127 (89%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 15 (11%)

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 142 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 77 (54%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 50 (35%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 15 (11%)

11%

89%

35%

54%

11%

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G2004-2005 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

Perth Campus

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2004-2005 is: $28,889.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 105 graduates for 2004-2005)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 91 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 81 (89%)

*Not Available for Employment: 10 (11%)

11%

Responded to Survey: 91 (87%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 14 (13%)

13% 89%

87%

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* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other


Employment Status

(of the 81 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 70 (86%))

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 10 (13%)

Unknown: 1 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment)

of employment is unknown (1%)

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 81 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 60 (75%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 10 (12%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 10 (12%)

Unknown: 1 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

13%

1%

86%

12% 1%

75%

12%

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2004-2005

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Advertising MD 1456XWO 6 32 20 19 18 95 12

Animation - Television MD 0288XWO 4 53 35 30 27 90 20

Applied Museum Studies HC 0446CWO 6 27 23 19 17 89 7

Architectural Technician AT 0188XWO 4 24 21 15 11 73 7

Architectural Technology AT 0018XWO 6 33 22 20 19 95 15

Baking Techniques HT 0252XWO 3 20 6 5 4 80 3

Bartending HT 0298XWO 1 22 10 6 6 100

Broadcasting - Radio MD 0380XWO 4 32 19 17 14 82 6

Broadcasting - Television MD 0381XWO 4 51 37 35 30 86 18

Building Construction Technician TBT 6442XWO 3 25 21 16 15 94 12

Business - Accounting B 0214CWO 4 52 39 33 27 82 16

Business - Information Systems B 0214DWO 4 6 6 5 5 100 1

Business - Marketing B 0214EWO 4 80 56 33 29 88 19

Business Admin. - Accounting B 0216AWO 6 65 54 42 39 93 31

Business Admin. - Finance B 0216KWO 6 38 32 23 21 91 16

Business Admin. - Human Resources B 0216MWO 6 33 22 17 16 94 11

Business Admin. - Information Systems B 0216BWO 6 23 17 12 11 92 9

Business Admin. - Marketing B 0216DWO 6 27 19 16 14 88 10

Business Admin. - Materials & Opers. Mgt. B 0216LWO 6 32 25 22 20 91 15

Business Administration B 0216EWO 6 26 13 12 10 83 4

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

17-38 27,491 10 5 6 4 1 1 12

13-67 34,872 15 2 7 3 3 5 18

16-32 22,483 5 5 10 7 1 2 1 3 4

21-33 26,528 6 1 4 3 4 8 3

23-37 29,487 13 1 4 5 1 1 1 2 11

23,238** 1 1 1 14

3 6 1 1 3 12

19-27 21,453 5 3 8 4 1 1 3 13

21-47 30,065 13 10 12 11 1 5 1 14

17-60 27,929 10 3 3 1 2 3 4

23-51 32,170 13 3 11 7 6 1 11 13

30,376** 4 1 0

19-60 33,535 11 5 10 12 2 4 1 23 24

19-45 31,128 28 6 8 12 3 1 16 11

27-70 36,993 10 6 5 6 2 10 6

22-44 30,594 10 1 5 7 1 2 4 11

34-53 44,661 8 2 2 3 1 5 6

22-35 28,698 8 3 4 1 2 3 8

23-53 37,529 15 3 5 4 2 1 6 7

28,951** 1 6 5 2 1 13

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2003-2004.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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Unknown


OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2004-2005

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Chef Training HT 0206XWO 2 52 34 24 20 83 15

Child and Youth Worker HC 0476XWO 6 45 37 33 32 97 24

Civil Engineering Technology AT 0192XWO 6 25 17 14 13 93 12

Computer Eng.Technology - Comp. Science AT 0006XWO 6 45 34 33 29 88 26

Computer Engineering Technology AT 0178XWO 6 24 21 20 18 90 14

Computer Programmer AT 0336XWO 4 69 60 55 49 89 36

Computer Systems Technician AT 0150XWO 4 98 76 70 66 94 48

Construction Engineering Technician AT 0190XWO 4 27 24 10 10 100 7

Correctional Worker PPSI 0466XWO 4 30 22 14 11 79 6

Culinary Management HT 0354XWO 4 58 39 32 31 97 30

Dental Assisting (Levels I and II) HC 0608XWO 2 53 41 33 29 88 25

Dental Hygiene HC 0927XWO 4 57 38 38 34 89 34

Developmental Services Worker HC 0436AWO 4 82 72 63 62 98 52

Early Childhood Education HC 0398XWO 2 1 1 1 1 100 1

Early Childhood Education HC 0430XWO 4 107 94 52 48 92 44

Electrical Engineering Technician AT 0317XWO 4 37 34 18 17 94 9

Electrical Engineering Technology AT 0318XWO 6 6 4 4 3 75 2

Electronics Engineering Technician AT 0044XWO 4 9 5 5 4 80 2

Electronics Engineering Technology AT 0008XWO 6 17 13 12 10 83 7

Electronics Engineering Tn - Digital AT 0044AWO 4 10 9 9 9 100 1

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

9-26 19,672 12 4 5 1 2 4 12 18

21-46 32,228 11 9 8 8 1 5 8

30-44 36,650 10 1 1 1 3 8

21-64 41,086 24 1 3 8 3 4 1 11

24-85 39,809 13 4 6 1 2 1 3

24-93 45,327 30 2 13 12 6 4 7 9

16-75 33,021 44 4 18 16 1 4 2 6 22

30-48 38,855 7 1 3 2 19 3

16-39 26,281 5 1 5 1 1 1 7 8

14-33 22,013 28 4 1 4 1 1 1 7 19

19-37 30,548 22 3 4 5 4 2 5 12

48-94 68,862 15 11 2 4 19

21-48 36,745 24 35 10 8 1 1 13 10

24,567** 1 0

12-42 29,621 30 9 4 2 4 2 48 13

22-67 35,522 8 4 8 6 1 17 3

32,478** 1 1 1 2

32,478** 2 1 1 4

27-44 36,188 5 1 3 3 1 2 1 4

*** 8 1 2 2 1

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2003-2004.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2004-2005

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

EME Technician - Robotics AT 0550XWO 4 47 40 33 28 85 15

Enterprise Network Specialist AT 0214NWO 4 51 39 37 30 81 23

Event Management HT 0390XWO 2 43 30 29 26 90 13

Florist MD 0956XWO 2 22 21 21 19 90 15

Furniture Technician TBT 0575XWO 4 27 23 22 19 86 16

GAS - Aboriginal Studies CAAC 0438AWO 4 5 2 0

GAS - One Year - Aboriginal CAAC 1438AWO 2 17 12 1 1 100

GAS - One Year - Pre-Animation CAAC 1438GWO 2 22 18 1 0

GAS - One Year - Pre-Design CAAC 1438JWO 2 39 31 7 5 71

GAS - One Year - Pre-Health Sciences CAAC 1438HWO 2 79 65 15 15 100 2

GAS - One Year - Pre-Human & Community CAAC 1438BWO 2 58 46 7 5 71

GAS - One Year - Pre-Justice CAAC 1438PWO 2 12 10 1 1 100

GAS - One Year - Pre-Nursing CAAC 1438NWO 2 59 48 5 5 100 1

GAS - One Year - Pre-Technology CAAC 1438TWO 2 4 3 2 2 100

GAS -One Year- Pre-Media & Communication CAAC 1438CWO 2 20 17 1 1 100

General Arts and Science - Year II CAAC 0438SWO 4 41 28 9 7 78 3

Geographic Information Systems Ty AT 0588XWO 6 18 18 14 12 86 7

Graphic Design MD 1400XWO 6 3 2 1 1 100 1

Graphic Design (Interactive Design Opt.) MD 1400DWO 6 21 14 13 12 92 10

Graphic Design (Print Option) MD 1400PWO 6 19 12 10 9 90 9

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

13-51 30,753 13 2 13 10 5 9 7

25-65 41,929 21 3 7 9 6 1 1 12

27-53 34,703 12 2 13 14 1 3 1 13

10-31 22,848 8 3 4 3 2 1

17-25 20,942 14 4 3 3 3 1 4

22,756** 2 3

22,756** 1 1 10 5

22,756** 1 17 4

22,756** 1 5 1 24 8

22,756** 3 13 3 53 14

22,756** 1 5 2 1 4 38 12

22,756** 1 9 2

22,756** 1 4 1 1 44 11

22,756** 1 2 1 1

22,756** 1 16 3

22,756** 2 4 2 2 21 13

27-55 40,859 6 5 4 2 1 3 0

25,809** 1 1

17-46 32,056 9 4 2 1 1 1 7

16-52 30,760 5 2 1 1 2 7

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2003-2004.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2004-2005

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Heating/Refrigeration/Air Cond Tn TBT 0590XWO 4 80 66 65 61 94 55

Horticulture Technician MD 0428XWO 4 26 22 21 18 86 15

Hotel and Restaurant Management HT 0208XWO 4 104 71 59 47 80 36

Information Systems Security AT 0445XWO 2 16 14 14 7 50 6

Interactive Multimedia MD 0300XWO 2 46 32 25 17 68 14

Interior Decorating MD 6142XWO 4 17 16 16 16 100 14

Interior Design - Advanced MD 0418AWO 9 42 35 35 33 94 23

Journalism - Print MD 0402XWO 4 31 24 17 16 94 11

Law Clerk B 0220XWO 4 121 98 92 80 87 49

Library and Information Technician HC 0440XWO 4 36 31 30 22 73 15

Massage Therapy HC 0915XWO 6 15 12 12 12 100 11

Mech.Techniques -Precision Machining AT 0688XWO 3 6 3 2 2 100

Mechanical Engineering Technology AT 0010XWO 6 40 31 26 23 88 15

Mechanical Technician - Toolmaking AT 0054XWO 5 34 27 23 22 96 21

Motive Power Technician TBT 0557AWO 3 34 30 26 22 85 18

Nursing HC 1600XWO 7 1 1 1 1 100 1

Office Administration - Executive B 0210AWO 4 20 14 10 9 90 8

Office Administration - General B 0210XWO 2 107 83 42 32 76 20

Office Administration - Legal B 0210BWO 4 7 4 3 3 100 1

Paramedic PPSI 0620XWO 4 31 27 23 23 100 23

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

21-60 30,674 45 2 6 12 3 2 1 1 14

17-62 28,978 11 3 3 4 1 2 1 4

12-50 24,792 29 9 11 7 1 9 12 33

27,355** 1 1 5 3 2

32-52 39,687 8 5 3 8 8 1 6 14

13-32 22,880 10 4 2 2 1

25-50 33,493 20 5 10 7 1 2 7

22-35 26,280 7 5 5 4 1 8 7

19-46 29,080 45 8 31 18 12 1 8 23

31,853 11 2 7 6 8 2 5

35,646** 4 1 3 3

2 1 1 3

17-60 35,042 15 4 8 6 3 1 4 9

19-33 25,837 21 3 1 5 1 4 7

17-66 26,075 17 1 4 5 1 4 1 5 4

38,967** 0

21-34 29,481 7 1 3 1 2 3 6

14-37 24,348 13 4 12 7 10 2 44 24

25,814** 2 2 1 2 3

26-63 52,371 20 4 5 4

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2003-2004.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2004-2005

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Personal Support Worker HC 6307XWO 2 117 98 84 77 92 67

Photography MD 0030XWO 4 56 42 41 38 93 20

Photonics Engineering Technology AT 6422XWO 6 8 7 6 5 83 1

Police Foundations PPSI 0444XWO 4 296 234 148 146 99 60

Police Foundations - Intensive PPSI 0444ZWO 3 21 15 15 14 93 7

Practical Nursing HC 1704XWO 4 93 72 65 63 97 63

Practical Nursing - FTN HC 1704FWO 4 27 22 20 15 75 14

Pre-Serv. Firefighter Educ. & Training PPSI 6236XWO 3 38 29 26 24 92 6

Print Media MD 0052XWO 4 44 33 27 26 96 18

Professional Accounting B 1340XWO 3 51 39 32 28 88 22

Public Relations MD 0468XWO 4 19 14 13 12 92 10

Recreation and Leisure Services HC 0422XWO 4 23 20 11 10 91 7

Recreation Facility Management HC 0424XWO 4 24 20 18 17 94 10

Registered Nurse - Refresher HC 0662XWO 2 28 18 15 12 80 10

Registered Practical Nurse - Refresher HC 0668XWO 1 4 2 1 1 100 1

Respiratory Therapy HC 0606XWO 7 15 12 12 12 100 12

Scriptwriting MD 0382XWO 2 20 15 14 13 93 5

Security and Alarm Systems Technician PPSI 0409XWO 4 12 6 6 6 100 5

Security Management PPSI 0421XWO 4 24 16 12 11 92 9

Small and Medium Enterprise Management B 0242XWO 4 67 48 39 35 90 22

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

22


Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

12-40 29,801 33 22 10 13 7 6 14 19

17-42 24,814 13 8 18 10 3 1 1 14

33,527** 4 2 1 1 1

17-56 28,378 45 32 86 40 4 2 2 97 62

21-46 33,524 7 5 7 6 1 1 6

18-73 40,881 29 27 6 1 1 3 8 21

35-89 45,792 7 5 1 3 1 3 5 5

18-48 33,276 6 6 18 6 1 2 4 9

16-42 23,985 14 5 8 8 1 5 11

21-58 33,451 17 6 3 4 4 7 12

25-50 36,526 9 2 1 2 5

17-34 26,450 7 3 3 1 10 3

28,021** 7 7 5 1 2 4

38,967** 4 2 1 3 2 3 10

38,967** 1 2

40-62 52,338 10 2 2 3

26,948** 4 8 8 1 1 5

27,355** 1 1 1 6

21-56 35,723 9 2 2 4 1 6 8

20-42 28,084 19 7 13 9 1 4 2 7 19

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2003-2004.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

23


OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2004-2005

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Social Service Worker HC 0432XWO 4 51 39 31 30 97 20

Social Service Worker HC 0432ZWO 3 35 30 29 27 93 21

Sport Business Management B 6073XWO 3 16 13 13 11 85 6

Teachers of English as a Sec/Foreign Lan CAAC 0925XWO 2 41 31 24 20 83 17

Technical Writer AT 1182XWO 3 19 16 14 13 93 11

Theatre Arts MD 0307XWO 4 34 27 18 16 89 3

Tourism and Travel HT 0224XWO 4 60 42 37 35 95 23

Veterinary Technician HC 6320XWO 4 21 16 16 16 100 14

3882 2988 2446 2204 90% 1576

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

Unknown

(Entry-level)

25-56 35,264 11 10 10 10 1 1 10 12

28-54 39,315 14 8 6 6 2 2 5

21-50 30,650 6 2 5 5 2 3

37-73 48,516 6 9 3 5 1 4 3 6 10

34-62 44,358 6 1 2 2 2 3

24,519** 4 13 6 1 2 9 7

18-31 25,069 19 8 12 4 2 1 8 18

20-36 27,579 13 2 2 2 5

1135 416 632 501 37 227 65 836 970

(includes GAS (includes GAS

Programs) Programs)

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2003-2004.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

25


VOTTAWA VALLEY

GRADUATES 2004-2005

Pembroke,Perth and Renfrew Campuses

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Adventure Naturalist OV 6783XPM 3 12 7 6 5 83 3

Business OV 0306XPM 4 10 7 7 7 100 4

Carpentry and Millwork - Heritage HI 0530XPT 4 24 20 17 16 94 15

Computerized Business Systems OV 0906XPM 2 15 10 9 6 67 4

Early Childhood Education OV 0430XPM 4 17 12 10 8 80 8

Electronics Engineering Technician OV 0114XPM 3 13 7 7 5 71 2

Forestry Technician OV 0108XPM 4 21 13 12 12 100 7

General Arts and Science - One Year OV 1438MPM 2 11 9 2 2 100

Masonry - Heritage and Traditional HI 0746XPT 4 27 23 19 13 68 9

Motive Power Technician OV 0557XPM 3 11 8 8 6 75 5

Office Administration - Executive OV 0210APM 3 29 23 20 19 95 13

Office Administration - Executive HI 0210APT 3 9 8 7 7 100 6

Outdoor Adventure OV 6780XPM 4 31 20 15 12 80 7

Personal Support Worker OV 6307XPM 2 52 43 33 32 97 21

Personal Support Worker HI 6307XPT 2 45 40 38 34 89 30

Personal Support Worker OV 6307XRN 2 21 18 17 17 100 16

Police Foundations OV 0444XPM 4 25 20 15 15 100 3

362 279 240 214 87% 153

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

26


Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

Unknown

(Entry-level)

*** 1 2 1 1 1 5

28,951** 3 1 3

23-33 27,575 13 2 1 1 1 1 2 4

*** 2 1 3 1 5

24,567** 2 2 2 5

32,478** 3 2 2 6

19-35 27,408 6 1 5 3 1 1 8

0 22,756** 2 7 2

27-52 33,465 9 2 4 2 6 2 2 4

11-30 20,064 5 1 1 1 2 3

16-26 19,626 7 3 6 4 1 1 3 6

24,949** 2 1 2 1 1

16-24 20,511 7 2 5 4 1 3 3 2 11

23-36 30,254 6 5 11 4 1 4 5 9

21-33 29,379 17 5 4 4 3 3 5

26-42 31,991 6 7 1 1 1 3

27,355** 1 12 4 1 6 5

76 34 61 33 5 25 13 35 85

(includes GAS (includes GAS

Programs) Programs)

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2003-2004.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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TOP COMPANIES 2004-2005

A Few of Algonquin’s Employer Partners

National Defence

Canada Customs and Revenue Agency

Algonquin College

Ottawa Hospital

Ottawa Carleton Catholic District School Board

Granite Ridge Nursing Home

City of Ottawa

Queensway Carleton Hospital

Sitel

Mercury Film Works

Victorian Order of Nurses

Convergys

Extendicare

Public Works & Government Services Canada

Ottawa Carleton District School Board

Ottawa Carleton Emergency Medical Services

Home Depot

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

St Vincent's Hospital

American Express

Initial Security

Perley & Rideau Veterans Health Centre

Sears

Sisters of Charity of Ottawa

St Elizabeth Bruyere Health Centre

YM-YWCA

Capital Security

Central Park Lodge

Community Living

Federal Government

Pip Animation Studios

We Care Home Health Services

28


R2005-2006 REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

AND COLUMN EXPLANATIONS

Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see below.

*Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and

91%

of our graduates

are employed!

TOTAL GRADUATES – 4 315

Total number of graduates from full-time certificate, diploma and

post-diploma programs between May 1, 2005 and April 30, 2006.

RESPONDED TO SURVEY – 3 296

Total number of graduates who responded to the questionnaire

by telephone. All survey results are based on this number.

AVAILABLE FOR EMPLOYMENT – 2 762

Total number of graduates who were employed or actively

seeking employment.

TOTAL EMPLOYED - 2 510

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

employed in related or unrelated, full-time or part-time positions,

six months after graduation.

TOTAL EMPLOYED RELATED - 1 833 – 66%

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed full-time (more than 30 hours per week) or

part-time (less than 30 hours per week) in a position related or

partially related to their field of study.

TOTAL EMPLOYED WITH

MORE THAN 1 JOB - 480

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed with more than 1 job during the reference

week.

LOW - HIGH ANNUAL SALARY RANGE

The lowest and highest annual salaries reported from graduates

employed in their field of study.

AVERAGE SALARY (Entry-level)

Average salaries are calculated by using the salary information

reported by graduates employed full-time in their field of study.

All salaries are calculated based on a 40-hour work week.

NUMBER OF SALARIES REPORTED – 1 360

Total number of salaries reported by graduates employed fulltime

in their field of study.

TOTAL EMPLOYED UNRELATED - 677

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed full-time (more than 30 hours per week) or

part-time (less than 30 hours per week) in a position unrelated

to their field of study.

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EMPLOYED BUT STILL LOOKING FOR

ANOTHER JOB

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

employed in related or unrelated, full-time or part-time positions,

six months after graduation, who are looking for another job.

ACCEPTED A JOB AT A LATER DATE - 46

Total number of graduates who had accepted a job to begin after

the reference week.

STILL SEEKING EMPLOYMENT - 231

Total number of graduates who were not employed but were

seeking employment during the reference week.

NOT SEEKING EMPLOYMENT - 62

Total number of graduates who were not seeking employment

due to personal circumstances such as attending school full-time,

traveling, staying home for health reasons or because of family

responsibilities. This includes graduates on visas who do not have

work permits.

FURTHER EDUCATION - 612

Total number of graduates who returned to college or university

for further study during the reference week.

UNKNOWN – 1 019

Total number of graduates who could not be contacted by

telephone to complete the questionnaire.

2005-2006

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

AND COLUMN EXPLANATIONS

8%

10%

7%

90%

82%

EMPLOYER SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with graduate’s overall college

preparation.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 93%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 5%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 2%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

3%

GRADUATE SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with usefulness of your college

education in achieving your goals after graduation.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 82%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 10%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 8%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

5%

93%

2%

STUDENT SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with usefulness of the knowledge and

skills provided by your program towards your

future career.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 90%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 7%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 3%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

31


G2005-2006 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

College-Wide

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2005-2006 is: $32,869.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 4,315 graduates for 2005-2006)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 3,296 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 2,762 (84%)

*Not Available for Employment: 534 (16%)

16%

Responded to Survey: 3,296 (76%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 1,019 (24%)

24% 84%

76%

* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other

32


Employment Status

(of the 2,762 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 2,510 (91%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 231 (8%)

Unknown: 21 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 2,762 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 1,833 (66%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 677 (25%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 231 (8%)

Unknown: 24 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

1%

91%

25%

66%

1%

8%

8%

33


G2005-2006 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

Pembroke Campus

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2005-2006 is: $29,790.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 301 graduates for 2005-2006)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 237 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 211 (89%)

*Not Available for Employment: 26 (11%)

11%

Responded to Survey: 237 (79%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 64 (21%)

21% 89%

79%

* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other

34


Employment Status

(of the 211 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 192 (91%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 17 (8%)

Unknown: 2 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 211 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 140 (66%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 52 (25%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 17 (8%)

Unknown: 2 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

8%

1%

91%

25%

66%

8%

1%

35


G2005-2006 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

Perth Campus

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2005-2006 is: $30,021.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 135 graduates for 2005-2006)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 107 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 95 (89%)

*Not Available for Employment: 12 (11%)

11%

Responded to Survey: 107 (79%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 28 (21%)

21% 89%

79%

* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other

36


Employment Status

(of the 95 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 81 (85%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 14 (15%)

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 95 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 62 (65%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 19 (20%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 14 (15%)

15%

85%

20%

65%

15%

37


OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2005-2006

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Advertising MD 1456XWO 6 36 26 22 19 86 10

Applied Museum Studies HC 0446CWO 6 35 21 17 15 88 8

Architectural Technician AT 0188XWO 4 24 21 14 14 100 3

Architectural Technology AT 0018XWO 6 80 63 59 57 97 50

Broadcasting - Radio MD 0380XWO 4 29 23 23 21 91 17

Broadcasting - Television MD 0381XWO 4 51 37 33 31 94 15

Building Construction Technician TBT 6442XWO 3 20 18 17 15 88 13

Business - Accounting B 0214CWO 4 48 37 35 32 91 22

Business - Marketing B 0214EWO 4 105 69 51 45 88 26

Business Admin. - Accounting B 0216AWO 6 78 64 51 47 92 30

Business Admin. - Finance B 0216KWO 6 38 33 29 26 90 19

Business Admin. - Human Resources B 0216MWO 6 60 48 44 41 93 26

Business Admin. - Information Systems B 0216BWO 6 21 15 14 12 86 6

Business Admin. - Marketing B 0216DWO 6 45 37 32 30 94 18

Business Admin. - Materials & Opers. Mgt. B 0216LWO 6 42 27 22 21 95 16

Business Administration B 0216EWO 6 23 17 14 10 71 7

Chef Training HT 0206XWO 2 47 37 22 20 91 14

Child and Youth Worker HC 0476XWO 6 47 35 30 30 100 25

Civil Engineering Technology AT 0192XWO 6 26 19 18 16 89 16

Computer Eng.Technology - Comp. Science AT 0006XWO 6 43 33 33 30 91 24

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

38


Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

21-46 32,154 8 3 9 5 1 3 2 2 10

25-37 32,811 6 1 7 7 2 1 4 14

31,743** 11 4 1 7 3

21-74 34,597 42 9 7 9 1 2 7 17

17-52 27,595 13 5 4 2 2 1 6

28,474** 8 16 12 2 5 14

17-65 30,110 11 2 2 2 1 2 2 2

17-48 29,578 19 5 10 8 3 7 11

17-60 33,269 22 7 19 9 2 6 1 19 36

20-52 30,387 20 9 17 15 3 23 14

19-55 32,795 16 5 7 6 3 9 5

15-52 35,859 25 4 15 11 2 1 8 12

25-60 41,077 6 6 4 2 3 6

21-56 37,625 14 5 12 8 2 1 7 8

18-51 34,506 13 4 5 6 1 9 15

23-50 36,381 6 2 3 1 1 4 1 3 6

16-30 20,383 10 2 6 2 1 1 16 10

18-50 31,628 18 11 5 5 1 6 12

13-46 32,471 12 1 5 2 1 7

24-61 42,377 21 2 6 8 3 10

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2004-2005.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

39


OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2005-2006

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Computer Engineering Technology AT 0178XWO 6 21 18 15 12 80 10

Computer Programmer AT 0336XWO 4 59 52 49 41 84 30

Computer Systems Technician AT 0150XWO 4 83 71 68 65 96 51

Construction Engineering Technician AT 0190XWO 4 47 42 9 9 100 6

Correctional Worker PPSI 0466XWO 4 30 28 20 19 95 15

Culinary Management HT 0354XWO 4 48 34 28 26 93 18

Dental Assisting (Levels I and II) HC 0608XWO 2 51 43 36 35 97 32

Dental Hygiene HC 0927XWO 4 52 37 37 36 97 33

Developmental Services Worker HC 0436AWO 4 92 73 64 58 91 55

Early Childhood Education HC 0430XWO 4 126 97 62 62 100 53

Electrical Engineering Technician AT 0317XWO 4 46 36 27 23 85 14

Electrical Engineering Technology AT 0318XWO 6 19 14 11 9 82 6

Electronics Engineering Technician AT 0044XWO 4 11 11 11 11 100 9

Electronics Engineering Technology AT 0008XWO 6 15 15 15 12 80 9

EME Technician - Robotics AT 0550XWO 4 29 22 17 15 88 7

Enterprise Network Specialist AT 0214NWO 4 41 31 27 24 89 14

Event Management HT 0390XWO 2 46 31 29 28 97 17

Fire Protection and Safety Technician PPSI 0038XWO 4 1 1 1 1 100 1

Florist MD 0956XWO 2 15 9 7 7 100 3

Furniture Technician TBT 0575XWO 4 23 18 17 16 94 12

GAS - Aboriginal Studies CAAC 0438AWO 4 4 4 0

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

40


Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

(Entry-level)

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

33-67 44,017 9 2 2 3 4 3

18-53 39,252 24 11 11 7 1 3 7

18-65 37,361 47 9 14 19 3 7 12

25-49 31,877 5 1 3 1 34 5

23-33 28,318 7 7 4 8 1 9 2

16-48 26,721 14 5 8 2 1 2 1 5 14

26-46 31,713 26 5 3 2 1 3 5 8

52-81 67,707 16 12 3 5 1 1 15

21-44 35,045 33 29 3 6 6 16 19

15-50 29,676 37 13 9 4 1 38 29

20-42 31,017 12 3 9 11 3 12 10

32-46 37,507 5 1 3 1 2 3 5

27-38 31,266 8 2 2 2 0

21-45 32,725 9 3 3 3 1 0

25-35 28,853 6 3 8 4 1 2 1 5 7

26-64 43,048 12 2 10 4 1 3 2 2 10

21-51 32,908 15 6 11 10 2 1 4 15

32,302** 1 0

29,008** 2 4 2 1 2 6

17-35 24,304 10 2 4 2 1 2 5

24,011** 4 0

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2004-2005.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2005-2006

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

GAS - One Year - Aboriginal CAAC 1438AWO 2 8 6 2 2 100 1

GAS - One Year - Pre-Animation CAAC 1438GWO 2 18 17 3 3 100

GAS - One Year - Pre-Design CAAC 1438JWO 2 35 28 4 3 75

GAS - One Year - Pre-Health Sciences CAAC 1438HWO 2 50 34 5 5 100

GAS - One Year - Pre-Human & Community CAAC 1438BWO 2 61 45 4 3 75

GAS - One Year - Pre-Justice CAAC 1438PWO 2 9 7 1 1 100

GAS - One Year - Pre-Nursing CAAC 1438NWO 2 57 49 11 8 73 2

GAS - One Year - Pre-Technology CAAC 1438TWO 2 14 9 2 2 100 1

GAS - One Year - Pre-Trades CAAC 1438VWO 2 5 3 2 1 50 1

GAS -One Year - Pre-Media & CommunicationCAAC 1438CWO 2 33 24 5 4 80

General Arts and Science - Year II CAAC 0438SWO 4 38 28 11 8 73 1

Geographic Information Systems AT 1588XWO 3 20 17 17 14 82 9

Geographic Information Systems Ty AT 0588XWO 6 2 1 1 1 100

Graphic Design MD 1400XWO 6 38 32 30 25 83 22

Heating/Refrigeration/Air Cond Tn TBT 0590XWO 4 117 95 93 83 89 70

Horticulture Technician MD 0428XWO 4 29 21 15 14 93 13

Hotel and Restaurant Management HT 0208XWO 4 95 60 48 46 96 35

Information Systems Security AT 0445XWO 2 20 15 15 10 67 7

Interactive Multimedia MD 0300XWO 2 34 25 22 17 77 11

Interactive Multimedia Developer MD 6149XWO 4 33 23 17 16 94 11

Interior Decorating MD 6142XWO 4 15 11 8 7 88 7

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

(Entry-level)

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

24,011** 1 1 1 3 2

24,011** 3 3 14 1

24,011** 3 1 1 24 7

24,011** 1 5 1 29 16

24,011** 3 42 16

24,011** 1 6 2

24,011** 6 1 3 2 41 8

24,011** 1 1 7 5

24,011** 1 2

24,011** 4 1 20 9

24,011** 3 7 2 1 3 1 21 10

31-62 42,497 9 5 2 3 1 3

1 1

25-62 33,571 15 8 3 7 1 3 1 2 6

13-43 29,496 61 10 13 18 1 9 2 1 22

12-33 25,305 9 1 1 1 1 3 3 8

14-51 25,803 27 10 11 7 2 1 15 35

32-94 57,263 6 3 1 5 2 5

22-46 32,195 9 2 6 5 5 2 9

17-51 34,857 9 3 5 7 1 1 6 10

19-33 24,487 6 2 1 1 1 4

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2004-2005.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2005-2006

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Interior Design - Advanced MD 0418AWO 9 42 31 29 24 83 21

Journalism - Print MD 0402XWO 4 25 14 8 8 100 5

Law Clerk B 0220XWO 4 90 64 56 49 88 34

Library and Information Technician HC 0440XWO 4 38 32 32 26 81 22

Massage Therapy HC 0915XWO 6 38 25 23 23 100 16

Mech.Techniques -Precision Machining AT 0688XWO 3 6 4 1 0

Mechanical Engineering Technology AT 0010XWO 6 40 28 26 26 100 22

Mechanical Technician - Toolmaking AT 0054XWO 5 35 28 26 24 92 24

Motive Power Technician TBT 0557AWO 3 47 39 38 34 89 25

Office Administration - Executive B 0210AWO 4 49 36 32 25 78 22

Office Administration - General B 0210XWO 2 73 57 26 21 81 15

Office Administration - Legal B 0210BWO 4 17 12 12 11 92 9

Paramedic PPSI 0620XWO 4 32 28 26 24 92 16

Personal Support Worker HC 6307XWO 2 53 38 31 28 90 22

Photography MD 0030XWO 4 25 15 15 14 93 8

Photonics Engineering Technology AT 6422XWO 6 12 7 6 4 67 2

Police Foundations PPSI 0444XWO 4 278 212 139 132 95 57

Police Foundations - Intensive PPSI 0444ZWO 3 19 14 14 12 86 7

Practical Nursing HC 1704XWO 4 132 98 91 87 96 84

Practical Nursing - FTN HC 1704FWO 4 8 7 6 5 83 4

Pre-Serv. Firefighter Educ. & Training PPSI 6236XWO 3 49 39 33 31 94 13

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High Average No. of Salaries Employed Total Employed Accepted Job Still Seeking Not Seeking Further Unknown

Annual

Salary

Annual

Salary

Reported

Total

with more

than 1 job

Employed

Unrelated

but Still

Looking

at Later

Date

Employment Employment Education

(Entry-level)

21-50 29,705 17 5 3 7 5 3 11

18-52 31,800 5 1 3 2 7 11

16-62 32,555 30 7 15 11 1 7 14 26

18-56 38,834 16 4 4 5 1 6 2 6

36,094** 3 7 4 1 3 13

1 3 2

29-58 37,597 19 2 4 3 1 2 12

20-51 29,924 23 1 1 2 2 7

15-42 22,841 22 5 9 6 3 2 8

19-59 32,842 19 5 3 3 7 6 13

20-64 29,128 12 5 6 4 5 32 16

17-43 26,536 9 1 2 3 1 5

20-57 47,979 13 10 8 7 1 3 4

21-37 27,354 10 11 6 3 3 9 15

14-29 24,500 6 3 6 3 1 10

34,758** 2 1 2 3 5

12-65 27,925 45 23 75 36 3 7 3 77 66

22-37 31,390 6 2 5 6 1 5

16-78 42,634 48 40 3 9 3 2 3 7 34

34,319** 1 2 1 4 1

19-53 29,048 9 8 18 18 1 2 6 10

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2004-2005.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2005-2006

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Print Media MD 0052XWO 4 37 30 28 27 96 18

Professional Accounting B 1340XWO 3 50 40 35 31 89 26

Public Relations MD 0468XWO 4 24 18 15 14 93 11

Recreation and Leisure Services HC 0422XWO 4 36 28 20 17 85 12

Recreation Facility Management HC 0424XWO 4 23 18 14 13 93 12

Registered Nurse - Refresher HC 0662XWO 2 17 14 13 8 62 7

Respiratory Therapy HC 0606XWO 7 18 12 12 12 100 12

Scriptwriting MD 0382XWO 2 14 10 7 6 86 1

Security and Alarm Systems Technician PPSI 0409XWO 4 18 13 12 12 100 7

Security Management PPSI 0421XWO 4 30 24 19 19 100 10

Small and Medium Enterprise Management B 0242XWO 4 77 56 53 50 94 38

Social Service Worker HC 0432XWO 4 41 37 21 19 90 13

Social Service Worker HC 0432ZWO 3 29 21 19 17 89 14

Sport Business Management B 6073XWO 3 28 16 16 13 81 12

Teachers of English as a Sec/Foreign Lan CAAC 0925XWO 2 28 22 19 19 100 13

Technical Writer AT 1182XWO 3 22 15 14 14 100 12

Theatre Arts MD 0307XWO 4 22 20 16 13 81 4

Tourism and Travel HT 0224XWO 4 78 48 39 36 92 24

Veterinary Technician HC 6320XWO 4 23 19 18 15 83 12

3879 2952 2456 2237 89% 1631

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

(Entry-level)

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

Unknown

18-50 27,294 17 6 9 11 1 4 7

16-51 31,906 24 3 5 8 1 4 2 6 10

25-46 35,168 10 3 3 1 1 6 6

13-39 26,001 6 6 5 5 2 1 7 8

21-37 26,850 8 5 1 2 1 5 5

34,319** 1 1 1 3 1 3

46-58 52,947 6 3 1 6

28,474** 5 4 1 1 3 4

13-40 26,556 6 5 5 1 5

19-51 35,496 8 2 9 6 1 4 6

16-62 30,682 31 10 12 8 3 3 21

25-46 32,722 7 5 6 5 1 2 2 14 4

16-53 33,640 10 5 3 6 1 2 1 8

24-44 30,696 11 2 1 3 3 12

25,860** 8 6 2 1 2 6

30-80 54,016 9 2 3 1 7

22,711** 3 9 4 3 4 2

8-29 23,133 17 4 12 7 3 4 5 30

22-31 27,091 11 3 2 2 2 4

1218 420 606 494 35 200 49 789 1005

(includes GAS (includes GAS

Programs) Programs)

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2004-2005.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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VOTTAWA VALLEY

GRADUATES 2005-2006

Pembroke and Perth Campuses

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Adventure Naturalist OV 6783XPM 3 8 4 3 2 67 1

Business OV 0306XPM 4 26 24 21 20 95 11

Carpentry and Millwork - Heritage HI 0530XPT 4 26 19 16 15 94 10

Construction Carpentry Techniques HI 0892XPT 2 3 3 2 2 100 1

Construction Carpentry-Advanced Housing HI 6785XPT 4 13 11 9 8 89 7

Early Childhood Education OV 0430XPM 4 21 18 17 16 94 14

Electronics Engineering Technician OV 0114XPM 3 6 5 4 4 100 2

Forestry Technician OV 0108XPM 4 23 18 15 13 87 6

General Arts and Science - One Year OV 1438MPM 2 17 16 4 4 100 1

Masonry - Heritage and Traditional HI 0746XPT 4 23 14 13 12 92 8

Motive Power Technician OV 0557XPM 3 10 8 7 5 71 5

Office Administration - Executive OV 0210APM 3 28 24 23 21 91 17

Office Administration - Executive HI 0210APT 3 7 7 7 4 57 2

Outdoor Adventure OV 6780XPM 4 33 20 19 16 84 11

Personal Support Worker OV 6307XPM 2 65 50 45 41 91 35

Personal Support Worker HI 6307XPT 2 45 37 35 29 83 26

Police Foundations OV 0444XPM 4 26 19 15 15 100 4

Practical Nursing OV 1704XPM 4 24 22 21 20 95 20

Social Service Worker OV 0432XPM 4 31 25 21 19 90 14

Social Service Worker HI 0432XPT 4 18 16 13 11 85 8

436 344 306 273 88% 202

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

(Entry-level)

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

Unknown

1 1 1 1 4

19-32 24,248 8 2 9 6 1 1 3 3 2

19-52 29,710 9 1 5 2 1 1 2 1 7

35,531** 1 1 0

25-53 31,325 7 2 1 1 1 2 2

13-42 24,083 10 2 2 2 1 1 1 3

33,064** 2 3 1 1

31,861** 7 5 3 2 3 5

2 3 1 11 1

25-52 39,270 8 1 4 1 1 1 3 9

12-25 18,506 5 2 1 2

19-41 28,404 10 4 4 3 2 1 4

25,328** 2 2 3 0

18-58 29,880 9 4 5 5 3 2 1 13

18-40 28,551 14 10 6 3 3 2 5 15

20-38 32,129 15 6 3 2 6 2 8

27,789** 4 11 3 1 3 7

35-50 43,916 5 13 1 1 1 2

15-46 31,836 8 5 5 2 2 1 4 6

29,818** 4 3 5 2 4 2

108 60 71 43 11 31 13 46 93

(incl. GAS Programs) (incl. GAS Programs)

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2003-2004.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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TOP COMPANIES 2005-2006

A Few of Algonquin’s Employer Partners

National Defence

Algonquin College

Ottawa Hospital

Dell Computers

City of Ottawa

Ottawa Carleton Catholic District School Board

Canada Customs and Revenue Agency

Queensway Carleton Hospital

Federal Government

Marion Hill Nursing Home

Ottawa Carleton Emergency Medical Services

Service Canada

Ottawa Carleton District School Board

Community Living

Natural Resources Canada

Para-Med Health Services

Bayshore Home Health Care

Carlson Wagonlit Travel

Hydro One

Atomic Energy of Canada

Capital Security

CHUM Group

General Dynamics Canada

Groves Park Lodge

Lowe Martin Group

Perley & Rideau Veterans Health Centre

Red Cross

Rogers

Salvation Army

Sitel

St.Vincent's Hospital

TD Canada Trust

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R2006-2007 REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

AND COLUMN EXPLANATIONS

Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see below.

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and

92%

of our graduates

are employed!

TOTAL GRADUATES – 4 217

Total number of graduates from full-time certificate, diploma and

post-diploma programs between May 1, 2006 and April 30, 2007.

RESPONDED TO SURVEY – 3 013

Total number of graduates who responded to the questionnaire

by telephone. All survey results are based on this number.

AVAILABLE FOR EMPLOYMENT – 2 451

Total number of graduates who were employed or actively

seeking employment.

TOTAL EMPLOYED - 2 246

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

employed in related or unrelated, full-time or part-time positions,

six months after graduation.

TOTAL EMPLOYED RELATED - 1 683 – 69%

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed full-time (more than 30 hours per week) or

part-time (less than 30 hours per week) in a position related or

partially related to their field of study.

TOTAL EMPLOYED WITH

MORE THAN 1 JOB - 350

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed with more than 1 job during the reference

week.

LOW - HIGH ANNUAL SALARY RANGE

The lowest and highest annual salaries reported from graduates

employed in their field of study.

AVERAGE SALARY (Entry-level)

Average salaries are calculated by using the salary information

reported by graduates employed full-time in their field of study.

All salaries are calculated based on a 40-hour work week.

NUMBER OF SALARIES REPORTED – 1 302

Total number of salaries reported by graduates employed fulltime

in their field of study.

TOTAL EMPLOYED UNRELATED - 563

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

who were employed full-time (more than 30 hours per week) or

part-time (less than 30 hours per week) in a position unrelated

to their field of study.

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EMPLOYED BUT STILL LOOKING FOR

ANOTHER JOB

Total number of graduates (of those available for employment)

employed in related or unrelated, full-time or part-time positions,

six months after graduation, who are looking for another job.

ACCEPTED A JOB AT A LATER DATE - 40

Total number of graduates who had accepted a job to begin after

the reference week.

STILL SEEKING EMPLOYMENT - 181

Total number of graduates who were not employed but were

seeking employment during the reference week.

NOT SEEKING EMPLOYMENT - 70

Total number of graduates who were not seeking employment

due to personal circumstances such as attending school full-time,

traveling, staying home for health reasons or because of family

responsibilities. This includes graduates on visas who do not have

work permits.

FURTHER EDUCATION - 587

Total number of graduates who returned to college or university

for further study during the reference week.

UNKNOWN – 1 204

Total number of graduates who could not be contacted by

telephone to complete the questionnaire.

2006-2007

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

AND COLUMN EXPLANATIONS

8%

10%

7%

90%

82%

EMPLOYER SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with graduate’s overall college

preparation.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 91%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 5%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 4%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

3%

GRADUATE SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with usefulness of your college

education in achieving your goals after graduation.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 82%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 10%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 8%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

5%

91%

4%

STUDENT SATISFACTION

Satisfaction with usefulness of the knowledge and

skills provided by your program towards your

future career.

Very Satisfied/Satisfied - 90%

Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied - 7%

Very Dissatisfied/Dissatisfied - 3%

Refused/Don’t Know - 0%

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G2006-2007 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

College-Wide

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2006-2007 is: $34,718.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 4,217 graduates for 2006-2007)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 3,013 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 2,451 (81%)

*Not Available for Employment: 562 (19%)

19%

Responded to Survey: 3,013 (71%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 1,204 (29%)

29% 81%

71%

* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other

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Employment Status

(of the 2,451 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 2,246 (92%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 181 (7%)

Unknown: 24 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 2,451 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 1,683 (69%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 563 (23%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 181 (7%)

Unknown: 24 answered working, but type (related or unrelated employment) of

employment is unknown: (1%)

7%

1%

92%

23%

69%

7%

1%

55


G2006-2007 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

Pembroke Campus

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2006-2007 is: $30,346.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 198 graduates for 2006-2007)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 143 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 126 (88%)

*Not Available for Employment: 17 (12%)

12%

Responded to Survey: 143 (72%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 55 (28%)

28% 88%

72%

* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other

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Employment Status

(of the 126 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 115 (91%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 11 (9%)

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 126 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 78 (62%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 37 (29%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 11 (9%)

9%

91%

29%

62%

9%

57


G2006-2007 GRADUATE

EMPLOYMENT SURVEY SUMMARIES

Perth Campus

The overall average annual salary of an Algonquin College graduate working in

his/her field of study in 2006-2007 is: $30,352.00*

* Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after

completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not

included in the overall totals you see below.

Algonquin Graduates Response to Survey

(of the total of 117 graduates for 2006-2007)

Availability of Algonquin Graduates for

Employment

(of the 92 graduates who responded to the survey)

Available for Employment: 77 (84%)

*Not Available for Employment: 15 (16%)

16%

Responded to Survey: 92 (79%)

Did Not Respond to Survey: 25 (21%)

21% 84%

79%

* Reasons graduates may not be available for employment: (1) travel/on

vacation; (2) poor health/maternity leave; (3) not permitted to work/on

student visa authorization; (4) part-time studies; (5) moving/relocating;

(6) continuing with full-time studies; (7) other

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Employment Status

(of the 77 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Overall: 68 (88%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 9 (12%)

Employment Status – Further Breakdown

(of the 77 graduates available for employment)

Total Graduates Employed Related: 58 (75%)

Total Graduates Employed Unrelated: 10 (13%)

Total Graduates Still Seeking Employment: 9 (12%)

12%

88%

13%

75%

12%

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2006-2007

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Advertising MD 1456XWO 6 42 33 32 29 91 20

Animation (Digital Option) MD 1288DWO 6 9 3 2 2 100 2

Animation (Traditional Option) MD 1288TWO 6 17 14 14 12 86 11

Applied Museum Studies HC 0446CWO 6 23 16 14 12 86 7

Architectural Technician AT 0188XWO 4 43 26 16 16 100 11

Architectural Technology AT 0018XWO 6 40 25 15 12 80 11

Baking and Pastry Arts HT 1201XWO 2 23 14 12 12 100 7

Broadcasting - Radio MD 0380XWO 4 30 19 14 12 86 7

Broadcasting - Television MD 0381XWO 4 66 44 39 38 97 25

Building Construction Technician TBT 6442XWO 3 28 23 20 19 95 17

Business - Accounting B 0214CWO 4 52 41 33 30 91 25

Business - Marketing B 0214EWO 4 107 65 47 41 87 21

Business Admin - Accounting B 0216AWO 6 40 29 23 21 91 13

Business Admin - Finance B 0216KWO 6 38 29 24 23 96 20

Business Admin - Human Resources B 0216MWO 6 33 21 19 19 100 13

Business Admin - Information Systems B 0216BWO 6 9 4 4 0

Business Admin - International Business B 0216GWO 6 24 15 13 11 85 8

Business Admin - Marketing B 0216DWO 6 36 23 21 20 95 14

Business Admin. - Materials & Opers. Mgt. B 0216LWO 6 38 28 24 20 83 13

Business Administration B 0216EWO 6 30 21 16 15 94 12

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

13-45 29,111 20 6 9 5 1 2 9

30,586** 6

19-47 30,377 10 1 2 3

27,376** 2 5 2 2 2 7

21-50 34,233 8 5 1 11 17

30-45 36,285 10 2 1 3 12 15

18-23 20,134 5 1 5 3 2 9

21-35 26,690 6 3 5 4 2 5 11

18-56 37,284 19 11 13 7 1 6 22

13-45 29,319 14 2 2 3 1 1 3 5

14-68 34,336 22 4 5 7 3 15 11

17-42 30,381 16 5 20 12 1 5 1 19 42

21-53 31,885 9 1 8 1 1 11 11

22-56 35,571 17 2 3 2 1 5 9

23-66 38,719 12 1 6 4 1 3 12

4 5

26-52 36,542 7 1 3 1 2 3 9

12-50 31,874 10 4 6 4 1 1 4 13

29-68 43,336 12 4 7 4 1 3 5 10

27-43 33,305 9 1 3 2 1 1 1 4 9

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2005-2006.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2006-2007

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Chef Training HT 0206XWO 2 59 42 35 34 97 30

Child and Youth Worker HC 0476CWO 6 1 1 1 1 100

Child and Youth Worker HC 0476XWO 6 43 27 22 21 95 18

Civil Engineering Technology AT 0192XWO 6 34 23 19 17 89 16

Computer Eng.Technology - Comp. Science AT 0006XWO 6 43 31 28 24 86 21

Computer Engineering Technology AT 0178XWO 6 13 10 10 6 60 5

Computer Programmer AT 0336XWO 4 45 35 32 31 97 25

Computer Systems Technician AT 0150XWO 4 71 56 52 49 94 44

Construction Engineering Technician AT 0190XWO 4 38 29 10 9 90 7

Correctional Worker PPSI 0466XWO 4 27 19 14 14 100 8

Culinary Management HT 0354CWO 4 14 7 6 6 100 6

Culinary Management HT 0354XWO 4 39 25 20 18 90 17

Dental Assisting (Levels I and II) HC 0608XWO 2 57 46 40 38 95 31

Dental Hygiene HC 0927XWO 4 50 33 33 30 91 28

Developmental Services Worker HC 0436AWO 4 80 58 49 48 98 47

Early Childhood Education HC 0430XWO 4 115 84 55 52 95 47

Electrical Engineering Technician AT 0317XWO 4 42 30 12 11 92 7

Electrical Engineering Technology AT 0318XWO 6 11 8 8 7 88 4

Electronics Engineering Technician AT 0044XWO 4 11 6 6 6 100 5

Electronics Engineering Technology AT 0008XWO 6 25 16 15 15 100 12

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

14-48 23,735 22 4 4 3 1 1 8 17

1 1 0

12-52 34,062 12 6 3 2 1 6 16

35-50 39,898 12 1 1 2 4 11

12-65 43,580 20 3 2 4 2 1 12

35,336** 1 1 4 2 3

30-68 47,115 23 1 6 5 1 5 10

19-75 42,339 40 3 5 10 1 3 5 15

25-50 38,838 7 2 1 1 1 20 9

21-46 33,699 6 4 6 3 6 8

20-32 24,901 6 1 7

21-38 26,639 12 5 1 2 2 4 14

17-42 31,802 26 5 7 4 2 1 5 11

56-87 66,477 14 5 2 4 3 17

21-73 37,839 28 13 1 5 2 1 1 10 22

15-43 29,835 36 11 5 8 2 1 29 31

17-36 26,991 6 1 4 4 1 18 12

38,688** 1 3 3 3

23-55 40,783 5 1 1 5

25-55 40,429 10 3 1 9

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2005-2006.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2006-2007

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Electronics Engineering Tn - Digital AT 0044AWO 4 1 1 0

EME Technician - Robotics AT 0550XWO 4 37 26 21 19 90 12

Enterprise Network Specialist AT 0214NWO 4 37 23 22 20 91 14

Event Management HT 0390XWO 2 47 25 24 20 83 15

Fitness and Health Promotion HC 3010XWO 4 20 11 9 9 100 6

Florist MD 0956XWO 2 17 11 10 8 80 7

Furniture Technician TBT 0575XWO 4 43 38 34 33 97 27

GAS - Aboriginal Studies CAAC 0438AWO 4 1 1 0

GAS - One Year - Aboriginal CAAC 1438AWO 2 11 9 1 0

GAS - One Year - Pre-Design CAAC 1438JWO 2 42 35 7 6 86 2

GAS - One Year - Pre-Health Sciences CAAC 1438HWO 2 47 35 12 11 92 1

GAS - One Year - Pre-Human & Community CAAC 1438BWO 2 47 30 6 6 100 1

GAS - One Year - Pre-Justice CAAC 1438PWO 2 6 4 1 0

GAS - One Year - Pre-Nursing CAAC 1438NWO 2 58 40 6 5 83 1

GAS - One Year - Pre-Technology CAAC 1438TWO 2 3 3 1 1 100

GAS - One Year - Pre-Trades CAAC 1438VWO 2 10 8 4 2 50 2

GAS - One Year - Pre-Animation CAAC 1438GWO 2 28 24 3 3 100

GAS -One Year- Pre-Media & Communication CAAC 1438CWO 2 37 27 4 4 100 1

General Arts and Science - Year II CAAC 0438SWO 4 35 23 9 9 100 2

Geographic Information Systems AT 1588XWO 3 14 10 8 8 100 8

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

1 0

25-46 32,752 12 3 7 4 2 5 11

21-84 38,213 12 1 6 6 1 1 14

17-57 34,544 12 11 5 8 3 1 1 22

31,043** 2 3 1 1 9

30,954** 1 1 1 2 6

18-42 23,379 24 6 6 4 2 1 3 3 5

23,952** 1 0

23,952** 1 2 6 2

23,952** 4 1 28 7

23,952** 1 10 1 1 25 12

23,952** 1 5 24 17

23,952** 1 3 2

23,952** 2 4 1 1 2 34 18

23,952** 1 1 2 0

23,952** 2 4 2

23,952** 3 21 4

23,952** 3 1 1 26 10

23,952** 7 4 2 15 12

33-73 45,720 8 4 5 2 4

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2005-2006.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2006-2007

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Geographic Information Systems Ty AT 0588XWO 6 1 1 0

Graphic Design MD 1400XWO 6 33 22 20 18 90 18

Heating/Refrigeration/Air Cond Tn TBT 0590XWO 4 113 92 87 79 91 68

Horticulture Technician MD 0428XWO 4 15 13 10 9 90 7

Hotel and Restaurant Management HT 0208XWO 4 103 57 47 42 89 37

Information Systems Security AT 0445XWO 2 15 12 10 9 90 7

Interactive Multimedia MD 0300XWO 2 12 8 6 3 50 2

Interactive Multimedia Developer MD 6149XWO 4 43 33 27 25 93 15

Interior Decorating MD 6142XWO 4 32 21 19 19 100 14

Internet Application Programmer AT 3002XWO 4 12 6 6 6 100 5

Journalism - Print MD 0402XWO 4 33 26 22 20 91 16

Law Clerk B 0220XWO 4 131 90 70 62 89 40

Library and Information Technician HC 0440XWO 4 32 22 21 19 90 15

Massage Therapy HC 0915XWO 6 38 26 25 25 100 18

Mech.Techniques -Precision Machining AT 0688XWO 3 7 7 7 6 86 2

Mechanical Engineering Technology AT 0010XWO 6 24 20 17 16 94 12

Mechanical Technician - Toolmaking AT 0054CWO 4 16 12 10 10 100 10

Mechanical Technician - Toolmaking AT 0054XWO 5 9 4 4 4 100 4

Motive Power Technician TBT 0557AWO 3 14 11 11 10 91 5

Motive Power Technician TBT 0557CWO 3 14 11 11 11 100 10

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

1 0

19-52 35,305 17 4 1 2 2 11

19-48 29,518 64 4 11 10 6 4 2 21

31,327** 2 1 1 3 2

15-45 27,109 29 5 5 5 3 4 2 11 46

51,909** 2 1 2 3

29,156** 1 3 1 2 4

19-51 31,814 10 3 10 8 2 7 10

18-50 27,202 9 1 5 2 3 11

28-37 32,364 5 1 6

25-60 37,750 8 5 4 2 5 7

16-52 32,777 38 4 22 13 1 8 5 20 41

36-51 42,496 9 4 4 4 1 2 2 10

27-88 55,252 5 5 7 1 2 1 1 12

36,120** 1 4 2 1 1 1 0

29-48 38,062 9 3 4 3 1 4 4

25-33 29,359 7 1 1 2 4

32,694** 1 5

15-23 18,569 5 3 5 1 1 3

16-40 23,126 10 1 1 3 3

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2005-2006.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2006-2007

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Office Administration - Executive B 0210AWO 4 33 19 18 16 89 13

Office Administration - General B 0210XWO 2 86 66 31 27 87 21

Office Administration - Legal B 0210BWO 4 11 9 7 4 57 4

ONO for Nurses HC 1604XWO 2 5 5 5 5 100 5

ONO for Practical Nurses HC 1603XWO 1 1 1 0

Paramedic PPSI 0620XWO 4 38 23 21 18 86 15

Personal Support Worker HC 6307XWO 2 86 64 47 44 94 36

Photography MD 0030XWO 4 34 22 19 14 74 13

Photonics Engineering Technology AT 6422XWO 6 25 12 12 10 83 3

Police Foundations PPSI 0444XWO 4 227 178 128 122 95 47

Police Foundations PPSI 0444ZWO 3 14 9 9 9 100 4

Practical Nursing HC 1704XWO 4 148 114 100 97 97 86

Practical Nursing - FTN HC 1704FWO 4 19 16 10 9 90 7

Pre-Serv. Firefighter Educ. & Training PPSI 6236XWO 3 47 38 26 24 92 10

Print Media MD 0052XWO 4 25 18 14 12 86 10

Professional Accounting B 1340XWO 3 47 40 35 28 80 21

Professional Writing MD 3001XWO 4 23 18 12 11 92 3

Public Relations MD 0468XWO 4 32 19 18 15 83 15

Recreation and Leisure Services HC 0422XWO 4 38 23 17 16 94 10

Recreation Facility Management HC 0424XWO 4 32 21 18 18 100 14

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

22-55 35,699 11 3 1 2 3 14

14-43 27,100 18 1 6 8 4 1 41 20

27,848** 1 2 2 2

*** 1 0

1 0

16-83 51,291 13 8 3 4 3 3 15

21-45 32,325 23 12 8 6 2 2 18 22

15-52 26,792 9 7 1 1 4 2 12

36,120** 7 1 2 1 13

17-53 29,153 41 23 75 26 3 6 4 50 49

27,960** 2 5 3 1 5

24-78 45,135 51 26 11 16 2 1 2 16 34

35,236** 3 2 2 1 1 2 5 3

20-48 31,459 8 7 14 7 1 1 11 9

20-50 31,202 10 2 2 2 2 4 7

21-50 31,490 18 4 7 7 1 7 1 8 7

*** 3 8 2 1 1 5 5

22-67 38,380 13 4 1 3 2 13

19-48 29,409 7 3 6 4 1 2 4 15

25-50 31,581 9 5 4 3 3 11

Unknown

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2005-2006.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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OTTAWA

AREA

GRADUATES 2006-2007

Woodroffe Campus

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Registered Nurse - Refresher HC 0662XWO 2 2 2 2 2 100

Respiratory Therapy HC 0606XWO 7 18 13 13 13 100 13

Scriptwriting MD 0382XWO 2 14 12 10 10 100 4

Security and Alarm Systems Technician PPSI 0409XWO 4 15 14 13 9 69 6

Security Management PPSI 0421XWO 4 34 31 28 27 96 19

Small and Medium Enterprise Management B 0242XWO 4 119 85 53 49 92 31

Social Service Worker HC 0432XWO 4 38 24 16 14 88 13

Social Service Worker HC 0432ZWO 3 28 24 19 18 95 16

Sport Business Management B 6073XWO 3 25 18 18 17 94 13

Teachers of English as a Sec/Foreign Lan CAAC 0925XWO 2 23 14 11 9 82 6

Technical Writer AT 1182XWO 3 17 13 12 12 100 11

Theatre Arts MD 0307XWO 4 17 11 6 6 100 2

Tourism and Travel HT 0224XWO 4 83 50 40 39 98 26

Veterinary Technician HC 6320XWO 4 21 18 17 16 94 16

Water and Waste Water Technician AT 3014XWO 3 18 16 16 12 75 5

3902 2778 2248 2063 88% 1547

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

Unknown

(Entry-level)

2 1 0

34-65 54,399 10 3 5

29,156** 3 6 3 3 2

28,035** 1 3 2 3 1 1

25-68 41,897 16 8 4 1 4 3

11-52 27,390 27 9 18 9 2 4 29 34

31-48 37,824 12 2 1 2 2 1 8 14

25-53 37,775 10 7 2 7 1 1 1 4 4

25-43 31,803 11 2 4 3 1 7

2 3 2 1 3 9

45-54 49,561 10 1 1 4

1 4 1 2 1 4 6

16-30 24,446 20 3 13 6 1 2 8 33

24-41 30,944 15 1 1 1 1 3

33-41 36,931 5 7 5 4 2

1151 327 516 340 34 161 60 749 1210

(includes GAS (includes GAS

Programs) Programs)

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2005-2006.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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VOTTAWA AREA

GRADUATES 2006-2007

Pembroke and Perth Campuses

Program Name School Program

Code

Duration

(Semesters)

Total

Grads

Responded

to Survey

Available

for

Employment

Total

Employed

Total

Employed

Percentage

Total

Employed

Related

Adventure Naturalist OV 6783XPM 3 10 8 7 5 71 4

Business OV 0306XPM 4 21 19 19 18 95 9

Carpentry and Millwork - Heritage HI 0530XPT 4 32 23 21 20 95 18

Construction Carpentry-Advanced Housing HI 6785XPT 4 12 10 7 7 100 5

Early Childhood Education OV 0430XPM 4 13 10 9 9 100 8

Electronics Engineering Technician OV 0114XPM 3 2 2 2 1 50

Forestry Technician OV 0108XPM 4 19 12 11 8 73 3

General Arts and Science - One Year OV 1438MPM 2 2 2 2 1 50

Masonry - Heritage and Traditional HI 0746XPT 4 20 19 14 13 93 11

Motive Power Technician OV 0557XPM 3 8 7 7 6 86 4

Office Administration - Executive OV 0210APM 3 17 16 15 14 93 10

Office Administration - Executive HI 0210APT 3 20 18 18 16 89 13

Outdoor Adventure OV 6780XPM 4 29 14 10 9 90 6

Personal Support Worker OV 6307XPM 2 32 23 19 19 100 15

Personal Support Worker HI 6307XPT 2 12 9 8 7 88 7

Police Foundations OV 0444XPM 4 22 13 9 8 89 2

Practical Nursing OV 1704XPM 4 24 18 17 17 100 17

Social Service Worker OV 0432XPM 4 1 1 1 1 100

Social Service Worker HI 0432XPT 4 21 13 9 5 56 4

315 235 203 183 87% 136

Please note: Due to the trend of students furthering their education after completing a General Arts and Science Program, the program totals are not included in the overall totals you see at the end of this table.

“School” Column Legend: AT=Advanced Technology, B=School of Business, HC=School of Health & Community Studies, HT=School of Hospitality & Tourism, MD=School of Media & Design, TBT=School of Transportation & Building Trades,

PPSI=Police & Public Safety Institute, HI=Algonquin College Heritage Institute, OV=Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley, LI=Algonquin College Language Institute, CAAC=Career and Academic Access Centre

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Low-High

Annual

Salary

Average

Annual

Salary

No. of Salaries

Reported

Total

Employed

with more

than 1 job

Total

Employed

Unrelated

Employed

but Still

Looking

Accepted Job

at Later

Date

Still Seeking

Employment

Not Seeking

Employment

Further

Education

(Entry-level)

*** 1 1 2 1 2

21-44 36,905 7 2 9 4 1 1 2

21-48 33,664 16 2 2 1 1 1 3 9

21-37 27,147 5 2 1 3 2

17-34 25,426 7 1 1 3

*** 1 1 0

33,342** 5 2 1 3 1 7

*** 1 1 0

12-37 28,546 8 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 1

29,058** 2 2 1 1

21-39 30,739 7 1 4 5 1 1 1

17-48 30,141 11 7 3 3 2 1 2

*** 3 3 1 1 1 4 15

25-44 36,041 6 1 4 1 3 9

27-37 31,799 7 2 1 1 3

28,035** 6 3 1 1 3 1 9

22-54 44,280 11 2 1 1 1 6

1 0

30,375** 2 1 1 4 1 3 8

85 23 47 25 6 20 10 27 80

(incl. GAS Programs)

**Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries. To maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the Freedom of Information Act the provincial average annual salary is reported from 2005-2006.

***Average Annual Salary: Less than 5 Algonquin College graduates reported salaries and the provincial average annual salary was not available. In this case to maintain adequate confidentiality in light of the

Freedom of Information Act the Average Annual Salary column is blank.

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Unknown

(incl. GAS Programs)


TOP COMPANIES 2006-2007

A Few of Algonquin’s Employer PartnersS

City Of Ottawa

Ottawa Hospital

Algonquin College

National Defence

Queensway Carleton Hospital

Ottawa Carleton District School Board

Canada Revenue Agency

Ottawa Carleton Catholic District School Board

Rogers

Dell Computers

Federal Government

Holmes Heating & Cooling

Pembroke Regional Hospital

Public Works & Government Services Canada

Sitel

Extendicare

Para-Med Health Services

American Express

Bayshore Home Health Care

Bell Canada

Bonnechere Manor

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

Children's Hospital Of Eastern Ontario

Collideascope Animation Studios

Health & Welfare Canada

Hogg Robinson Group

Mercury Film Works

Salvation Army

Transport Canada

YM-YWCA

Alcatel-Lucent

Alta Vista Animal Hospital

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SERVICES OFFERED FROM STUDENT

SUPPORT SERVICES’ EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Services for Students and Graduates

Student Employment Services assists

students and graduates to:

• Develop job search strategies;

• Write a résumé and other employment

correspondence;

• Learn and understand interview

techniques and concepts.

A Full Range of Services Include:

• The Direct Referral Service

• Career Centre Resources

• Annual Career Fair

• On-Campus Recruitment

• One-on-One Job Search Coaching

• On-line Graduate Referral Service

For more information, please contact us at:

Telephone: 613-727-4723 ext. 7171

Fax: 613-727-7648

Email: employment@algonquincollege.com

Web: www.algonquincollege.com/employment

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SERVICES OFFERED FROM STUDENT

SUPPORT SERVICES’ EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Services for Employers

Algonquin College Student Employment Services facilitates

the hiring process for you, the employer, through a variety

of professional services. Consider hiring an Algonquin

College student or graduate to meet your recruitment

needs.

On-line Graduate Referral Service – Access to

qualified graduates who meet the requirements of your

current program-related, contract, or full-time permanent

employment vacancy through a web-based candidate

matching system.

Direct Referral Service – Advertise your summer, parttime,

contract, international, or full-time positions on job

bulletin boards and on a web-based posting system

accessible by all students and graduates.

Cooperative Education Graduates – Access to

Algonquin’s Cooperative Education graduates whose

programs of study integrate practical experience with

classroom learning.

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On-Campus Recruitment – Use of the on-campus

recruitment service which includes provision of interview

space and/or booth space in a high profile area of the

College. Access to students through employer nights,

career days, job fairs, class discussions, and information

sessions.

General Employment and College Program

Information – Access to information concerning college

programs, graduate availability, current junior salary levels,

and labour market participation.

Career/Job Fair – Access to the College’s annual collegewide

“Career Networking Fair” co-hosted by Student

Employment Services and the Alumni Association.

For more information, please contact us at:

Telephon: 613-727-4723 ext. 7171

Fax: 613-727-7648

Email: employment@algonquincollege.com

Web: www.algonquincollege.com/employment

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