Ticket to Work Evaluation (January 2006)
Figures for Chapter IX


Figure IX.1: Ticket-eligible Beneficiaries in AOI Groups 1 and 2, March 2004

Figure 9.1 -- Please see caption below.

Source: Ticket Research File data on beneficiaries eligible as of March 2004.

This pie chart shows Ticket-eligible beneficiaries in AOI Groups 1 and 2 as of March 2004; 49% need ongoing support, 5% need accommodations, and all others make up 46% of the group.


Figure IX.2: Distribution of Assigned Tickets for Beneficiaries Who Need Ongoing Support and Who Need High-Cost Accommodations, March 2004

Figure 9.2 -- Please see caption below.

Source: Ticket Research File data on beneficiaries eligible as of March 2004.
Note: These data are not directly comparable to similar information in the Initial Evaluation Report, as more precise data on beneficiary eligibility were available by March 2004.

This pie chart shows the distribution of assigned Tickets for beneficiaries who needed ongoing support and for those who needed high-cost accommodations as of March 2004; 49% of Tickets were assigned to those who needed ongoing support, 12% were assigned to those who needed accommodations, and 39% were assigned to all others.


Figure IX.3: Earnings of Beneficiaries with Any Earnings in the Year Prior to Ticket Eligibility

Figure 9.3 -- Please see caption below.

Source: Ticket Research File and SSA Summary Earnings Record.

This bar chart shows earnings of beneficiaries with any earnings in the year before they were eligible for TTW. The overwhelming majority had earnings under $15,000 (25-30% had earnings under $1000), while only 15-20% earned $15,000 or more.