Figure 2
Proportion of trades and college qualifications as the highest level of educational attainment by sex and age group, Canada, 2011

Description for figure 2

The title of the graph is "Figure 2 Proportion of trades and college qualifications as the highest level of educational attainment by sex and age group, Canada, 2011."
This is a column stacked chart.
There are in total 6 categories in the horizontal axis. The vertical axis starts at 0 and ends at 100 with ticks every 10 points.
There are 2 series in this graph.
The vertical axis is "percent."
The horizontal axis is "trades and college qualifications."
The title of series 1 is "Women."
The minimum value is 19.9 and it corresponds to "Registered Apprenticeship certificate 55 to 64."
The maximum value is 57.6 and it corresponds to "College diploma 55 to 64."
The title of series 2 is "Men."
The minimum value is 42.4 and it corresponds to "College diploma 55 to 64."
The maximum value is 80.1 and it corresponds to "Registered Apprenticeship certificate 55 to 64."

Data table for figure 2
Trades and college qualifications and age groups Women
(percentage)
Men
(percentage)
Trades certificate or diploma (other than Registered Apprenticeship certificate) Footnote 1, 25 to 34 years 44.1 55.9
Trades certificate or diploma (other than Registered Apprenticeship certificate) Footnote 1, 55 to 64 years 44.9 55.1
Registered Apprenticeship certificate, 25 to 34 years 21.1 78.9
Registered Apprenticeship certificate, 55 to 64 years 19.9 80.1
College diploma, 25 to 34 years 55.8 44.2
College diploma, 55 to 64 years 57.6 42.4
Footnote 1

Throughout this document, the term 'trades certificate other than Registered Apprenticeship certificate' refers to trades certification that was completed through a school-based program as opposed to completing an apprenticeship program or a Certificate of Qualification/Journeyperson's designation.

Return to footnote 1 referrer

Source: Statistics Canada, National Household Survey, 2011.

Figure 2 Proportion of trades and college qualifications as the highest level of educational attainment by sex and age group, Canada, 2011

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