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TAA Statistics

Trade Activity Participant Report Data for FY 2010 for Georgia
*Full Year FY 2010
Number of Petitions Instituted
38 
Certifications
40 
Estimated Workers Covered
4,561 
Training Fund Allocation
$13,549,578 
**FY 2010 (October 1, 2009 - September 30, 2010)
New TAA Participants
1,440 
Total TAA Participants
4,952 
New Training Participants
1,289 
Total Training Participants
2,985 
Participants in Training on Last Day of Quarter
2,090 
New TRA Recipients
466 
Total TRA Recipients***
474 
Total Exiters
2,358 
Entered Employment Rate (Common Measures)
46.14% 
Employment Retention Rate (Common Measures)
85.9% 
6-month Average Earnings (Common Measures)
$12,449.41 
Entered Employment Rate (TAA Measures)
49.67% 
Employment Retention Rate (TAA Measures)
89.16% 
6-month Average Earnings (TAA Measures)
$12,527.69 

 

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*Data displayed in this section is pulled from the OTAA Management System and is as of February 24, 2012.
**Data displayed in this section is based on TAPR data submitted by the states as of January 27, 2012.
***Data displayed in this section is based on TAPR data submitted by the states as of February 27, 2012.

 

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