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Report
Regional Profile
Illinois Southern Region
Illinois Economic Development Regions
Northern Stateline
Northeast
Northwest
North
Central
West
Central
East
Central
Central
Southeastern
Southwestern
Southern
Population Projections—Percent Change, 2000-25
93.3
85.8
60
50
40
24.2
30
20
7.4
10
-3.3
0
ta
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No rth Virginia
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Wes
Ohio
Iowa York
Ne w sylvania
Pen na ska
Ne br Dako ta
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Sou t ian a
Louis ing
m
W yo
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Illino gan
i
Michissippi
Miss ma
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Alab ticut
c
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Co nnas
s
Kan s achusett
Masse Island
Rh odn a
India oma
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Okla e
Mainucky
Ken t uri
o
Miss on sin
Wisc Jerse y
Ne w a na
t
Mon nt
o
VermMexico
Ne w sas
n
Arka ii
a
Ha w d States
Un ite
eso ta
Minn essee
a
Tenn Carolin
h
Sou t
ware
De la land
ire
Mary Hampsh
Ne wrado
Co lo rnia
o
Ca lif a
k
Alas ia
n
Virg i n
o
Oreg ingto n
h
Was gia
Geor Carolina
No rtho
Idah
Utah s
Texa a
d
Flori a
n
Arizo da
Ne va
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Population Projections by Region and Age, 2005-25
656,431
300,000
Age 15-24
Age 25-44
Age 45-64
200,000
100,000
0
tern
tern
hwes
hern
heas
tral
t Cen
We s
Sout
Sout
Sout
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Source: Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
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North
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North
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North
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ral
Cent
l
ra
Cent
North
East
ra
Cent
-100,000
Projected Change in Illinois Population by Age and
Race/Ethnicity, 2006-25 (in Thousands)
246,342
85,790
114,684
160,717
Source: Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
45-64
148,937
-200,000
129,165
-100,000
-65,849
25-44
68,061
98,798
18,417
62,529
-104,070
15-24
99,142
58,992
-50,462
-99,591
0-14
106,646
89,645
-30,320
-1,261
0
71,817
100,000
146,638
200,000
229,600
300,000
659,702
311,037
White
African American
Hispanic
Asian
Other
400,000
65 and Older
Projected Change in Illinois Population By Age and
Race/Ethnicity, 2005-25
(Southern)
31,856
10,000
White
Black
8,000
Asian
Other
Hispanic
6,000
578
530
1,157
1,718
2,124
15 to 24
774
-2,027
0 to 14
-4,689
-6,000
-1,473
-521
-4,000
1,143
0
-2,000
1,924
760
-7
341
105
787
1,706
467
277
727
1,341
2,000
3,058
3,662
4,000
25 to 44
-8,000
-10,000
Source: Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
45 to 64
65 and Older
Minorities as a Percent of the Total Population, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
46.8 to 99.7
23.8 to 46.8
11.8 to 23.8
3.9 to 11.8
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Percent African-American, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
16.0 to 97.6
5.0 to 16.0
2.1 to 5.0
0.3 to 2.1
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Percent Hispanic/Latino, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
16.5 to 83.1
7.5 to 16.5
3.0 to 7.5
0.7 to 3.0
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Percent Educational Attainment of Population Age 25-64
By Race/Ethnicity—Illinois, 2005
40
Black Non-Hispanic
Asian/Pacific Islander
Other Non-Hispanic
36.3
39.4
White Non-Hispanic
Hispanic
American Indian/Alaska Native
28.7
28.5
22.7
23.9
18.8
21.4
22.8
23.6
26.8
13.2
13.2
14.8
12.4
7.5
7.3
8.0
8.6
3.7
4.4
5.7
5.7
7.1
8.6
9.1
11.3
10
12.7
14.6
10.8
11.8
13.8
16.9
20
29.9
29.5
26.6
30
0
Less than
High School
High School
Some College
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 ACS (PUMS)
Associate
Bachelor's
Graduate or
Professional
Difference in High School Attainment Between Whites
and Minorities,* 2006
21.0
19.2
Idaho
Oregon
Nebra ska
California
Iowa
Utah
Nevada
Washington
Colorado
Arizona
Texas
Rhode Island
Kansas
Minnesota
Illinois
United States
Maine
New Mexico
Wisconsin
Massachusetts
South Dakota
New York
Oklahoma
New Jersey
North Carolina
Connecticut
Wyoming
Indian a
Arkansas
North Dakota
Pennsylvania
Alaska
Virginia
Michigan
Georgia
Louisiana
Florida
Tennessee
South Carolina
Ohio
Maryland
Missouri
Monta na
Delaware
Kentucky
Mississippi
Alabama
New Hampshire
West Virginia
Hawaii
-4.5
-10
Vermont
0
37.1
40
30
20
10
* Minorities include African-American, Hispanic, and Native American
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2006 ACS (PUMS)
Difference in College Attainment Between Whites and
Minorities,* 2006
40
34.1
22.0
Colorado
California
North Dakota
Nebra ska
Massachusetts
South Dakota
Connecticut
Illinois
New York
Wisconsin
New Jersey
Washington
Texas
Arizona
Minnesota
New Mexico
Hawaii
Iowa
Utah
Nevada
Idaho
Kansas
Oregon
Rhode Island
United States
Pennsylvania
North Carolina
South Carolina
Monta na
Maryland
Virginia
Alaska
Maine
Michigan
Wyoming
Georgia
Delaware
Alabama
Louisiana
Oklahoma
Indian a
Mississippi
Tennessee
Missouri
Ohio
Arkansas
Kentucky
Florida
New Hampshire
West Virginia
-6.5
-10
Vermont
0
27.6
30
20
10
* Minorities include African-American, Hispanic, and Native American
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2006 ACS (PUMS)
Percent of Adults with No High School Diploma by Age and
Race/Ethnicity, 2006
58.8
60
White
African-American
Hispanic
43.4
39.2
40
33.8
19.3
20
15.4
5.4
15.3
13.4
5.5
6.3
8.3
0
Age 25-34
Age 35-44
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2006 ACS (PUMS)
Age 45-54
Age 55-64
Percent of 18 to 24 Year Olds with No High School Diploma, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
22.0 to 52.7
16.1 to 22.0
11.4 to 16.1
1.7 to 11.4
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Percent of 25 to 64 Year Olds with No High School Diploma, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
13.5 to 54.9
10.6 to 13.5
6.8 to 10.6
2.1 to 6.8
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Percent of 25 to 64 Year Olds with an Associates Degree or Higher, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
47.1 to 83.4
35.0 to 47.1
28.1 to 35.0
10.9 to 28.1
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Percent of 25 to 64 Year Olds with a Bachelors Degree or Higher, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
36.3 to 79.3
25.6 to 36.3
17.3 to 25.6
6.2 to 17.3
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Per Capita Personal Income as a Percent of U.S.
Average—Illinois, 1960-2005
130
120
117.8
116.6
111.9
113.6
108.8
110
108.9
106.1
106.9
107.8
105.1
U.S. Average
100
90
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
Source: Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Dept. of Commerce
2000
2005
Median Earnings of Population Age 25-64 by Level of
Education, 2005
United States
49,635
50,960
38,729
39,952
35,162
29,557
30,576
21,199
22,932
$25,000
36,691
$50,000
61,151
Illinois
65,228
$75,000
$0
Less than
High School
High School
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS
Some College
Associate
Bachelor's
Graduate or
Professional
Degree
Personal Income per Capita, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
29,363 to 61,748
23,910 to 29,363
19,953 to 23,910
10,742 to 19,953
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Percent of Total Population at or Below Poverty Level, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
16.6 to 37.8
11.9 to 16.6
6.7 to 11.9
2.1 to 6.7
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Percent Employment in Management and Professional Occupations, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
36.7 to 58.4
28.9 to 36.7
24.0 to 28.9
11.1 to 24.0
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Difference in Median Earnings Between a High School Diploma and
Associates Degree, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
12,188 to 29,454
8,126 to 12,188
4,571 to 8,126
0 to 4,571
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Difference in Median Earnings Between a High School Diploma and a
Bachelor’s Degree, 2006
(Public Use Microdata Areas)
27,423 to 67,034
23,361 to 27,423
16,048 to 23,361
7,617 to 16,048
Source: 2006 ACS Public Use Microdata Sample
Student Pipeline, 2004
100
91.3
80
Best Performing State
United States
Illinois
75.5
69.7
57.3
60
38.8
40
41.7
42.3
42.0
26.9 28.4
29.7
27.3
33.7
18.4 19.9
20
0
Of 100
9th Graders,
How Many…
Graduate from
High School
Directly Enter
College
Enroll in
Second Year
Graduate
Within 150% of
Program Time
Are Age 25-44
with a Bachelor's
Degree
Source: NCES Common Core Data 2004; Tom Mortenson, Postsecondary Education Opportunity; NCES, IPEDS Fall 2004
Retention Rate File and Fall 2003 Enrollments, 2004 Graduation Rates; U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 ACS
High School Graduation Rates – Percentage of 9th Graders Graduating
Four Years Later Region (Average 2005 and 2006)
West Central
83.4
Southern
80.8
Southeastern
80.1
Northwest
79.1
Southwestern
76.9
East Central
76.4
North Central
76.3
74.4
Illinois
Northeast
73.6
72.6
Central
Northern Stateline
65.5
30
40
50
Source: IL State Board of Education; NCES, Common Core Data
60
70
80
90
College-Going Rates—First-Time Freshmen Directly Out of
High School as a Percent of Recent High School
Graduates, 2004
68.8
75
55.2
55.5
42.6
50
25
0
Utah
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Was nt
o
Verm rnia
o
Ca lif
ka
Alas n
o
Oreg
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Idah ssee
e
Tenn a
n
Arizo
e
Main
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Ha w
s
Texa uri
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Miss
Ohio
a
hom
Okla Virginia
t
Wes a
d
Flori
ware
De la an a
i
Louis a
d
Ne va
e
is
Illino ampshir
H
Ne w States
d
Un ite Island
e
Rh od
nsas
Arka cky
u
Ken t
nia
Virg i do
ra
Co lo na
ta
Mon
on sin
Wisc nd
la
Mary an
ig
Mich
ming
Wyo ylvania
s
Pen n ska
a
Ne br sippi
is
Miss
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Alab cticut
e
Co nn
as
Kan s exico
M
Ne w
Iowa a
n
y
India
Jerse
Ne w chusetts
a
Mass ia
g
Geor Carolina
No rth so ta
e
Minn Carolina
h
Sou t Dakota
No rth ork
Y
Ne w Dako ta
h
Sou t
Source: Tom Mortenson, Postsecondary Opportunity (2004 data update 02-06-07)
Illinois Net Migration of College Students by Sector,
Fall 2006
Public 4-Year
-10,210
Private 4-Year For Profit
-3,080
Private 4-Year Non-Profit
7,225
Public 2-Year
-520
-77
Private 2-Year For Profit
-91
Private 2-Year Non-Profit
-8 Public Less than 2-Year
-2 Private Less than 2-Year For Profit
-31 Private Less than 2-Year Non-Profit
-6,794
-15,000
-10,000
Total
-5,000
Source: NCES, IPEDS Residency and Migration Survey
0
5,000
10,000
15,000
Top Out-of-State Institutions Illinois Residents Attend, Fall 2006
Institution
University of Iowa
Indiana University-Bloomington
Purdue University-Main Campus
Marquette University
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Missouri-Columbia
Carthage College
Saint Louis University-Main Campus
University of Phoenix-Online Campus
Iowa State University
Miami University-Oxford
Saint Ambrose University
Colorado Technical University Online
St Louis College of Pharmacy
Michigan State University
University of Notre Dame
Kaplan University
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Valparaiso University
Arizona State University/Tempe Campus
University of Colorado at Boulder
Northern Michigan University
University of Kansas Main Campus
Western International University
Ranken Technical College
Washington University in St Louis
University of Dayton
Butler University
Southeast Missouri State University
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Loras College
Drake University
Murray State University
Grand Valley State University
Carroll College
Purdue University-Calumet Campus
Truman State University
State
IA
IN
IN
WI
WI
MO
WI
MO
AZ
IA
OH
IA
CO
MO
MI
IN
IA
MI
IN
AZ
CO
MI
KS
AZ
MO
MO
OH
IN
MO
WI
IA
IA
KY
MI
WI
IN
MO
Source: NCES, IPEDS Residency and Migration Survey
First-Time
Freshmen
1,362
994
828
635
514
422
387
363
361
323
323
292
262
260
256
230
221
219
207
205
201
200
199
192
192
187
186
174
158
157
152
149
147
146
137
135
130
FT Freshmen Just
Out of High School
1,360
979
812
630
510
385
384
358
29
316
323
289
4
102
246
230
29
207
205
201
199
195
199
27
124
187
186
173
156
155
152
149
141
146
137
114
130
Sector Description
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Private 4-year Non Profit
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Private 4-year Non Profit
Private 4-year Non Profit
Private 4-year For Profit
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Private 4-year Non Profit
Private 4-year For Profit
Private 4-year Non Profit
Public 4-year
Private 4-year Non Profit
Private 4-year For Profit
Public 4-year
Private 4-year Non Profit
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Private 4-year For Profit
Private 4-year Non Profit
Private 4-year Non Profit
Private 4-year Non Profit
Private 4-year Non Profit
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Private 4-year Non Profit
Private 4-year Non Profit
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Private 4-year Non Profit
Public 4-year
Public 4-year
Illinois Net Migration of Residents Age 22-64 by Level of
Education, 2004-05
Less than High School
1,621
High School
-3,189
Some College
10,105
Associate
-2,432
Bachelor's
4,841
Graduate/Professional
3,953
Total
-5,000
Source: 2005 ACS (PUMS)
14,899
0
5,000
10,000
15,000
Net Migration by Degree Level and Age Group—Illinois,
1995-2000
22- to 29-Year-Olds
30- to 64-Year-Olds
Less than High School
28,386
High School
10,150
-12,319
Some College
-923
-12,172
Graduate/Professional
14,010
82,169
30,000
-6,718
Bachelor’s
29,827
0
-26,273
Associate
719
-30,000
23,301
60,000
Total
90,000
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census; 5% PUMS Files
-5,842
-40,023
-50,000
-25,000
0
25,000
50,000
In-State College-Going Rates Directly Out of High School by Region;
Average 2005 and 2006 (Public Institutions Only)
East Central
56.5
Southern
55.2
Southeastern
49.8
Northern Stateline
49.0
North Central
48.8
West Central
42.1
Illinois
41.4
40.6
Northeast
Central
34.9
33.8
Northwest
Southwestern
32.6
0
10
20
30
Sources: IL State Board of Education, IL Shared Enrollment and Graduation Information
40
50
60
First-Time Undergraduate Enrollment by Region and Sector,
Fall 2006 (Percent)
Public Four-Year
Public Two Year
Private Non-Profit
Private For-Profit
East Central
Southeastern
Southern
Northern Stateline
Southwestern
North Central
West Central
Northwest
Northeast
Central
0
Source: NCES, IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey
25
50
75
100
Percent of First-Time Freshmen Directly Out of
High School Enrolling In-Region; Average 2006 and 2007
(Public Institutions Only)
Southern
96.9
Southeastern
89.0
East Central
85.7
West Central
83.9
North Central
80.5
Southwestern
78.6
Northern Stateline
74.5
Northeast
73.3
Northwest
68.8
Central
68.2
0
25
Source: Illinois Shared Enrollment and Graduation Information
50
75
100
Regional Postsecondary Participation of First-Time Students Directly Out
of High School (Students from the Southern Region in Public Institutions)
Southern
51
East Central
2,051
West Central
5
Northeast
5
3
North Central
1
Central
Southwestern
0
Southeastern
0
Northwest
0
Northern Stateline
0
0
10
Source: Illinois Shared Enrollment and Graduation Information
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Regional Postsecondary Participation of First-Time Students Ages 25 and
Older (Students from the Southern Region in Public Institutions)
Southern
3
Northeast
2,046
2
Southwestern
West Central
1
Central
1
Southeastern
0
North Central
0
East Central
0
Northwest
0
Northern Stateline
0
0
5
Source: Illinois Shared Enrollment and Graduation Information
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
Percent of Postsecondary First-Time Enrollment Patterns by Region of
Residence; Average 2006 and 2007 (Public Institutions Only)
REGION OF ENROLLMENT
REGION OF
RESIDENCE
Northeast
Northern Stateline
Northwest
East Central
Central
North Central
West Central
Southeastern
Southern
Southwestern
Northeast
Northern Stateline
Northwest
East Central
Central
North Central
West Central
Southeastern
Southern
Southwestern
Northeast
73
9
7
1
2
3
2
0
0
1
99
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Northern
East
Stateline Northwest Central
0
75
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
97
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
69
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
96
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Central
North
Central
West
Central Southeastern Southern Southwestern
Directly Out of High School
13
0
7
3
7
0
5
3
9
0
6
7
86
0
8
1
11
68
7
5
9
0
81
3
7
1
3
84
5
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
7
0
3
1
0
0
0
99
0
0
0
0
0
0
Source: Illinois Shared Enrollment and Graduation Information
Age 25 and Older
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
98
0
0
99
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
99
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
89
0
0
3
2
3
5
7
4
4
5
97
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
79
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
100
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
98
Distribution of Enrollment at Illinois Community Colleges,
Fall 2006
Pre-Collegiate
Continuing Education
All Community Colleges
Central
13
0
3
North Central
2
Northeast
36
2
Northwest
3
37
1
Southern
3
Southwestern
3
West Central
3
36
1
30
13
27
20
31
47
25
0
34
29
17
6
22
26
32
Source: Illinois Board of Higher Education
22
43
49
0
16
59
29
4
20
15
17
11
29
45
19
6
27
27
17
General Associates
24
46
20
Northern Stateline
Occupational/Technical
20
16
East Central
Southeastern
Baccalaureate Transfer
33
50
75
1
4
1
100
Transfer Rates by Region (Percent)
Fall 2001 Entering CC Cohort with No Prior College Experience Who Completed
12 or More Semester Credits and Transferred to Senior Institutions
By Fall 2005 (FY 2007)
Southwestern
41.2
North Central
40.8
Northeast
39.9
Central
39.1
Northwest
38.7
STATEWIDE
38.4
Southern
38.2
Northern Stateline
37.9
West Central
37.1
East Central
34.5
Southeastern
32.2
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Source: ICCB Fall Enrollment (E1), Annual Enrollment and Completion (A1), Illinois Shared Enrollment and Graduation Data, and National
Student Clearinghouse; National Transfer Assembly/UCLA/Cohen Methodology; Rock Valley prior year data used in detail
250
240.8
101.7
121.5
150
Enrollment in State-Administered ABE Programs
Per 1,000 Adults Age 18-64 with Less than a
High School Diploma, 2005
200
100
38.0
50
0
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Ma inaii
Haw is
Illino Me xico
New Caro lin a
Nort hn sas
Arkaornia
Calif ecticut a
Connh Carolin
Sout esota
Minn
Utah a
d
Flo ri
Source: U.S. Department of Education; U.S. Census Bureau, ACS
GEDs Awarded per 1,000 Adults Age 25-44 with Less
than a High School Diploma, 2005
25
21.6
20
15
3.9
5
ornia
Calif are
w
Dela s
a
Te xah Carolin
Sout d a
Neva ma
a
Alab land
Ma ry e Islan d
Rhod t
n
o
Vermig an
ts
Mich achuse t
Ma ss iana
Lo uisda
Flo ri d St ates
Unite ecticut
Connaii
Haw is
Illino Jersey
New York
New issippi
Miss Caro lin a
Nort hMe xico
New sylva nia
Penn ia
ire
g
Geo rHampsh
New as
Kans Virgin ia
t
Wesou ri
Miss na
Arizoaska
Nebrna
Ind ia on
Ore g ado
r
Colo esse e
Te nnu cky
Kent ia
n
Virgi esota
Minnn sas
Arka ing ton
h
Waso
Ida h
Ohio
Utah
Iowah oma
Okla Dakota
h
Sout e
Ma in onsin
Wisc Dakota
Nort thana
Mo n a
k
Alas ing
m
Wyo
Source: GED Testing Service; U.S. Census Bureau, ACS
8.7
9.1
10
0
Percent of Total Gross State Product by Industry and
Comparison to U.S.
Illinois 1997
Illinois 2004
29.9
30.8
28.4
35
U.S. 2004
30
20.8
22.4
21.5
25
15
11.9
12.8
13.6
16.1
20
Construction Manufacturing Transp. &
Utilities
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Wholesale
Trade
Retail Trade
8.6
9.4
Mining
6.8
6.0
5.9
1.3
0.2
0.3
Agriculture,
Forestry,
Fishing
0
5.0
5.9
6.0
4.6
4.7
4.1
1.0
0.7
0.9
5
5.9
7.1
7.3
10
Finance,
Insurance,
Real Estate
Services
Government
Percent of Civilians Age 25-64 Not Participating in the
Workforce—By Education Attainment, 2005
U.S.
Illinois
Less than High School
37.0
35.3
High School
24.7
24.1
Some College
21.0
20.0
Associate Degree
17.4
14.6
Bachelor’s Degree
16.5
15.7
Graduate/Prof. Degree
13.9
12.5
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 ACS (PUMS)
Change in Gross State Product, 1997-2004
75
67.4
50
41.6
igan
Mich
Ohi o Vir gi nia
t
Wes
our i
Miss exico
M
New cky
u
Kent
is
Il lino
pi
issi p
Miss n
o
Oreg i
ai
Haw
aska
Nebr ct icut
e
Conni ana
Louis
na
Indi a
Iowa
ka
Alas yl vani a
s
Penn ma
a
Alab
nsas
Arka or k
Y
New s
a
Kans oma
h
y
Okl a
Jer se
New akota
D
Nor th
onsin li na
Wisc
ro
h Ca
Sout
e
Mai n States
d
e
Uni te ampshir
H
New ssee
e
Tenn achusetts
Mass ota
es
Minn na
ta
Mon ont
Ver m ia
g
Geor
Utah Island
e
Rhod ington
h
Was Carolina
Nor th
s
Texa
land ta
Mar y
ko
h Da
Sout do
ra
Col o rni a
o
Cal if
o
Idah ar e
w
Del a
da
Flor i
nia
Virgi a
n
Arizo
ming
Wyo a
d
Neva
Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
24.5
29.2
25
0
Percent Employment in Management and Professional
Occupations, 2006 (Public Use Microdata Areas)
36.7 to 58.4
28.9 to 36.7
to 58.4
36.736.7
to24.0
58.4
to 28.9
to 36.7
28.928.9
to11.1
36.7
to 24.0
to 28.9
24.024.0
to 28.9
to 24.0
11.111.1
to 24.0
Source: 2006 ACS (PUMS)
Total Occupations with the Most Average Annual Openings
Southern Region
204
Retail Salespersons
178
Cashiers
126
Waiters and Waitresses
109
Comb Food Prep/Srv Wkrs, Fast Food
100
99
Laborers & Freight/StockMovrs, Hand
Registered Nurses
78
Secondry Sch Teachers, exc Sp/VocEd
Janitors & Cleaners, exc Maid/Hskpr
72
51
51
46
45
44
43
43
40
39
39
38
37
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
30
29
Food Preparation Workers
Elem. School Teachers, exc Specl Ed
Truck Drivers, Heavy/TractorTrailer
Office Clerks, General
Managers, All Other
Stock Clerks and Order Fillers
Business Operations Specialists, AO
Counter Attendants, Cafe/Cffee Shop
Nursing Aides, Orderlies/Attendants
Teacher Assistants
General and Operations Managers
Automotive Serv Techs & Mechanics
Farmwkrs/Labrs, Crop/Nursery/Grnhse
Cooks, Fast Food
Receptionists & Information Clerks
Customer Service Representatives
Sales Reps, Wholesale/Manufacturing
Cooks, Restaurant
Team Assemblers
Child Care Workers
Farmers and Ranchers
Accountants and Auditors
0
50
100
150
200
250
Demand vs. Supply in Selected Occupations—Gap Between
Projected Annual Openings 2004-14 and Annual Degrees
Produced 2005-06
Nursing
Secondary & Vocational Education
Computer Engineering
Special Education
Computer Systems
Medical Lab Technology
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Technology
2,739
2,710
1,075
793
765
509
106
11
-1
-81
-125
More Supply
than Demand
-142
-204
-333
-431
-737
-855
-937
-1,900
-3,000
-2,000
-1,000
More Demand
than Supply
0
Civil Engineering Technology
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Medical Radiology Technicians
Industrial Engineering Technology
Electrical Engineering Technology
Accounting & Financial Management
Elementary Education
Education Administration
1,000
2,000
Source: Occupational Supply and Demand System (data from Illinois Dept. of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
and NCES IPEDS Completions Survey)
3,000
Innovation Assets
Development Report Card for the States—Illinois
C Performance
A
Business
Vitality
B Development
Capacity
Employment
Earnings and Job Quality
Equity
Quality of Life
Resource Efficiency
F
C
C
D
B
Competitiveness/Existing Businesses
Entrepreneurial Energy
A
C
Human Resources
Financial Resources
Infrastructure Resources
Amenity Resources and Natural Capital
Innovation Assets
C
A
A
C
C
STRENGTHS (Top 10 Rank)
Rank
2
3
4
5
5
5
5
6
7
8
8
10
Measure
Initial Public Offerings
Change in Homeownership Rate
Change in Energy Costs
Bridge Deficiency
Industrial Diversity
Urban Mass Transit
Electronic Public Services
Disparity between Rural and Urban Areas
Vehicle Miles Traveled
Strength of Traded Sector
Average Annual Pay
Average Teacher Salary
WEAKNESSES (Bottom 10 Rank)
Rank
41
41
43
43
43
43
44
44
47
48
48
48
49
Measure
Sewage Treatment Needs
Renewable Energy
Change in Average Annual Pay
Unemployment Rate
Average Annual Pay Growth
Change in New Companies
Change in Income from Dividends, Interest and
Rent
New Companies
Employment Growth: Long Term
Net Migration
Change in Poverty Rate
Change in Health Professional Shortage Areas
Mass Layoffs
Source: 2006 Development Report Card for the States, Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED)
Illinois Rank—Federal Research and Development
Expenditures, 2005
7th
Total
$1,122,675
Medical Science
$351,922
8th
Life Science
$664,954
8th
Math & Computer Science
$112,294
Physical Science
$115,629
Engineering
$137,938
50
40
30
4th
6th
10th
20
Source: National Science Foundation; U.S. Census Bureau Population Estimates
10
0
Gross License Income Per Worker, 2004
46.5
$35
$30
$25
$20
$15
$10
2.3
$5
0.0
$0
ming ia
Wyo
in
t Vir g
Wes Dakota
h
Sout
ka
Alas a
d
Neva
o
Idah
tana
Mon exico
M
New ont
Ver m
e
Mai n si ppi
is
Miss
ucky
Kent ct icut
e
Conn
nsas
Arka ar e
w
Del a ii
a
y
Haw
Jer se li na
New
ro
h Ca
e
Sout ampshir
H
New ma
a
Alab
rado
Col o
a
hom
Okl a s
a
Kans
is
Il lino n
o
Oreg ska
a
Nebr a
ni
Virgi
land
Mar y akota
D
Nor th
Ohi o a
n
Indi a
s
Texa ssee
e
Tenn yl vani a
s
Penn Island
e
Rhod ur i
o
Miss i ana
Louis
gia
Geor arolina
C
Nor th
da
Flor i
Iowa an
ig
Mich ington
h
Was
Utah
orni a
Cal if nsin
o
Wisc
esota
Minn a
n
Arizo
Yor k
New chusetts
a
Mass
Source: Development Report Card for the States, CFED
Number of Patents Issued Per $1,000 Gross State Product
45.8
25
20
15
7.8
1.3
ka
Alas ii
a
Ha w
pi
issip
Miss sas
n
Arka ian a
Louis Virginia
t
Wes
ko ta
h Da
Sou t ma
a
Alab ing
m
Wyo Dakota
No rth cky
u
Ken t ska
a
Ne br
e
Mainnia
Virg i
ta na
Mon uri
o
Miss da
Ne va ssee
e
Tenngia
Geor
rolina
h Ca
Sou t s
a
Kan s a
d
Flori oma
h
Okla Mexico
Ne w
Iowa Carolina
No rth and
l
Mary York
Ne w
is
Illino
s
Texa e Island
Rh odsylvania
Pen n a
n
India are
w
De la d States
Un ite a
n
Arizo
Utah
Ohio erse y
J
Ne w ingto n
h
Was ecticut
Co nn n sin
o
Wisc gan
i
Mich ado
r
Co lo achusetts
re
Mass ampshi
H
Ne w n
o
Oreg
ornia
Ca lif so ta
e
Minn ont
Vermo
Idah
0
9.1
10
5
Source: 2004/2005 Economic Vision 2010 Report Card, Indiana Chamber
The Fiscal Environment
State Tax Capacity and Effort—Illinois Indexed to U.S.
Average
1.20
Tax Effort (Effective Tax Rate)
Tax Capacity (Total Taxable Resources Per Capita)
1.10
U.S. Average
1.00
0.90
20
20
20
20
20
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
04
03
02
01
00
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO)
Projected State and Local Budget Surplus (Gap) as a
Percent of Revenues, 2013
-0.5
-5.7
-5.6
-6
Alabama
Louisiana
Mississippi
Tennessee
Nevada
Texas
Oregon
Washington
Missouri
South Dakota
South Carolina
Idaho
Florida
North Carolina
Indiana
Iowa
California
New Mexico
Utah
Montana
United States
Rhode Island
Alaska
Pennsylvania
Illinois
Hawaii
Georgia
New York
Arizona
Michigan
Kentucky
West Virginia
Colorado
Minnesota
Oklahoma
Nebraska
Virginia
Arkansas
Kansas
Connecticut
North Dakota
Ohio
Vermont
Wisconsin
Massachusetts
Maryland
Maine
New Jersey
Delaware
New Hampshire
0
-3
-9
-10.7
-12
Source: NCHEMS; Don Boyd (Rockefeller Institute of Government), 2005
State and Family Share of Funding for
Public Higher Education, 1991-2006
Family Share
State Share
100
75
81.1
79.9
70.7
50
25
29.3
18.9
20.1
0
06
20
05
20
04
20
03
20
02
20
01
20
00
20
99
19
98
19
97
19
96
19
95
19
94
19
93
19
92
19
91
19
Source: SHEEO State Higher Education Finance Survey
Percent of Income (Average of All Income Groups)
Needed to Pay for College Expenses Minus Financial Aid—
Public Four-Year Colleges
40
Illinois
United States
35.4
29.9
30
25.2
30.7
26.3
24.2
23.9
24.1
1992
1999
20
28.5
23.0
10
2001
2003
Source: NCPPHE, Measuring Up: The State-by-State Report Card for Higher Education
2005
Percent of Income (Average of All Income Groups)
Needed to Pay for College Expenses Minus Financial Aid—
Public Two-Year Colleges
30
Illinois
United States
24.2
25
22.3
21.7
20.5
20
24.0
20.3
21.4
20.5
20.6
18.7
15
1992
1999
2001
2003
Source: NCPPHE, Measuring Up: The State-by-State Report Card for Higher Education
2005
Share of Income that Poorest Families Need to Pay for
Tuition at Lowest-Priced Colleges
25
Illinois
United States
20
16.9
15
10
14.1
12.7
13.3
13.9
11.9
15.9
13.7
11.9
11.6
1999
2001
5
0
1992
2003
Source: NCPPHE, Measuring Up: The State-by-State Report Card for Higher Education
2005
Average Loan Amount Students Borrow Each Year, 2004
3,619
3,770
$4,000
4,541
$5,000
3,100
$3,000
$2,000
$1,000
$0
Utah Dakota
No rth
Iowa gan
i
Mich
pi
issip
Miss exico
M
Ne w
o
Idah cky
u
Ken t
ko ta
h Da
Sou t so ta
e
Minn
nsas
Arka n sin
o
Wisc a
d
Flori
a
hom
Okla Virginia
t
Wes ian a
Louis s
a
Kan s uri
o
Miss a
k
Alas
a ska
Ne br ssee
e
Tenna na
t
Mon
e
Main
s
Texa a
n
India
Ohio
ama
Alab n
o
Oreg Carolina
h
Sou t States
d
Un ite erse y
J
Ne w
ming
Wyo ia
g
Geor
rado
Co lo a
d
Ne va Carolina
No rth a
n
Arizo
is
Illino ingto n
h
Was sylvania
Pen n ia
n
Virg i ii
a
Ha w York
Ne w nd
la
Mary
ornia
re
Ca lif ampshi
H
Ne w are
w
De la e Island
Rh odecticut
Co nnachusetts
Massont
Verm
Source: NCPPHE, Measuring Up: The State-by-State Report Card for Higher Education
PUBLIC AGENDA FOR ILLINOIS HIGHER EDUCATION
Goals for College and Career Success
1.
Increase Educational Attainment to match the best-performing U.S. states and most-educated countries.
a) Improve success of students; eliminate racial, ethnic and gender Achievement Gaps.
b) Increase the number of adults re-entering education and completing a postsecondary credential.
c) Reduce Geographic Disparities in educational attainment.
2.
Ensure College Affordability for students, families, and taxpayers.
3.
Increase Production of Postsecondary Credentials to meet the demands of the economy.
a) Increase production of certificates, associate, and baccalaureate degrees.
b) Improve transitions between associate and baccalaureate degree levels.
c) Increase production of postsecondary degrees in fields critical to the Illinois economy, e.g. nursing
and information technology.
d) Improve student learning and skill levels to compete effectively in the global marketplace.
4.
Better integrate Illinois’ educational, research and innovation assets to meet the economic needs of the
state and its regions.

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