KING, Utah — When you look at the top 100 U.S. schools for students who graduated in 2018, a few things stand out.

The top five are mostly in the top 10, according to a new report by the nonprofit, nonprofit trade school, trade school and career school network KING, the University of Utah and Career School Network.

It’s one reason that the average price of a college degree, a key credential for the future workforce, has soared by nearly $2,000 since the early 2000s, the report found.

The school report was released Wednesday.

The rankings were based on data from more than 4,000 employers, trade schools, employers’ trade associations and trade association memberships, as well as federal and state government data.

KING’s data show that nearly 60% of trade schools in the U. S. have a graduation rate of at least 70% and are accredited by a trade group.

Among schools with a graduation rates above 70%, the average school had an enrollment of at or above 1,000 students.

The report was based on more than 1,600 employers, and KING’s analysis found that the majority of trade school graduates are in the Top 5, with nearly 70% of schools in that category.

The average tuition for students graduating in 2018 was $28,000, which is nearly $6,000 more than the average tuition of $24,000 for students attending schools in our Top 20.

In addition, the average full-time student at a trade school received an annual salary of $61,000 in 2018.

The median net worth for a graduate of a trade or career school is $150,000 and they earn an average of $70,000 annually.

The highest net worth in 2018 for a high school graduate was $400,000.

The bottom half of the rankings had median net wealth of less than $10,000 a year.

KING reported that while most schools were accredited by the accrediting agency the Council for Graduate Education (CGE), the top five had not been.

King’s report also showed that about 40% of the schools in King’s Top 10 were affiliated with one of the three trade associations — the American Association of School Administrators (AAOSA), American Association for College Admission Counseling (AACAC) or the Council of Graduate Education — and some of the smaller trade schools.

These trade associations were involved in the process that was used to accredit the schools, the research found.

But King found that they didn’t have a clear role in the accreditation process.

“In my opinion, this is a problem for accreditors,” King said.

“The accreditor is there to help us understand the process, but it doesn’t have an overarching role in accreditizing a school.”

The report also highlighted the high cost of college.

King said the average college tuition at U. of Utah is $23,000 per year, but the average for a trade college is $28 the same as at the University at Albany, New York.

A trade school costs about $60,000 to $100,000 each year, the study found.

Some trade schools charge more, but not nearly as much as other schools.

For example, King found the average cost of a master’s degree at the school of education, a degree that is required for many professions, was $71,000 while the average at a master of science in education, or a bachelor’s degree, was about $50,000 at the trade school.

KING said the higher cost of tuition is one of several reasons why trade schools are not attracting students with the same financial need and aspirations as other types of schools.

The study found that some of those students aren’t even able to afford to pay for their own education.

The trade schools report comes just days after the U, S. Supreme Court ruled that college students and their families may not be discriminated against in hiring. “

We’re not just talking about tuition here, we’re also talking about housing, the car, health care, transportation and all of the other expenses you need to pay to go to a trade schools.”

The trade schools report comes just days after the U, S. Supreme Court ruled that college students and their families may not be discriminated against in hiring.

That ruling was based partly on a 2010 Supreme Court decision that said college students who don’t have college degrees can’t be fired for being poor, low-income, minority or female.

KING and Career Schools Network launched the report in 2018 to help policymakers understand the impact of trade education on the country.

The research comes just months after President Donald Trump signed an executive order requiring all colleges and universities in the United States to offer trade schools as part of the federal college admissions process.

King, in an interview with KING, said the trade schools need to provide more access to trade schools to ensure students can have a career in a field they care about.