Statistical Table

Persons aged 25-64 who obtained their highest certificate, diploma or degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) field of study or in other fields of study¹, according to selected characteristics, Abitibi-Témiscamingue and all of Québec, 2016

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STEM fields of study Other fields of study


Total University degree holders Other postsecondary certificate
or diploma holders
Total University degree holders Other postsecondary certificate
or diploma holders


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Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Total 7,165 2,000 5,170 41,285 9,100 32,185
 Males 5,800 1,470 4,330 18,845 2,705 16,140
 Females 1,365 530 840 22,445 6,400 16,050
 25-44 years 4,100 1,160 2,945 20,050 5,060 14,990
 45-64 years 3,065 840 2,225 21,240 4,045 17,200

%

Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
 Males 80.9 73.5 83.8 45.6 29.7 50.1
 Females 19.1 26.5 16.2 54.4 70.3 49.9
 25-44 years 57.2 58.0 57.0 48.6 55.6 46.6
 45-64 years 42.8 42.0 43.0 51.4 44.5 53.4

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All of Québec
Total 506,365 255,265 251,095 2,475,990 861,035 1,614,950
 Males 372,470 174,790 197,675 1,074,835 324,220 750,620
 Females 133,895 80,470 53,420 1,401,150 536,815 864,330
 25-44 years 281,145 153,345 127,800 1,272,735 494,020 778,720
 45-64 years 225,215 101,920 123,295 1,203,250 367,020 836,230

%

Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
 Males 73.6 68.5 78.7 43.4 37.7 46.5
 Females 26.4 31.5 21.3 56.6 62.3 53.5
 25-44 years 55.5 60.1 50.9 51.4 57.4 48.2
 45-64 years 44.5 39.9 49.1 48.6 42.6 51.8
  

1. STEM and other fields of study are defined according to the Classification of Instructional Programs 2016.
  
Note: In order to ensure confidentiality, all figures have been rounded. Therefore, they may not add up to totals.
  
Source : Statistics Canada, 2016 Census, customized compilation, CO-1797 Table 2. Adapted by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.
 
July 25, 2018
   

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