The education landscape is changing, and with it the demographics of those attending training programs. Here at Climb, we finance skills training programs for several career paths, including:
- Web development
- Data science
- Maintenance and repair
- Heavy equipment operation
- Truck driving
- Culinary arts
- Aviation and aviation maintenance
- Information technology
- And much more!
Now with the ever-increasing question of “is traditional or non-traditional education more beneficial,” you might find yourself wondering if you’d fit into a career training program. We’ve gathered data from thousands of Climb Credit respondents, so you can have a glimpse at what the average career school attendee looks like!
Respondents' employment before attending a career training program
Prefer not to say: 514
Education level of respondents before attending a career training program
Some college: 7,211
High school/equivalent: 7,117
Some high school: 609
Prefer not to say: 124
Gender ratio of respondents
Geographic distribution of respondents
New York City
Average age based on data provided by 46,776 Climb applicants.
Previous employment information provided by 25,904 Climb applicants.
Previous education information provided by 26,203 Climb applicants.
Gender identity information provided by 47,394 Climb applicants.
Geographic data provided by 49,616 Climb applicants.