More Working Women Hold College Degrees than Men

The gap between employed women and men with college degrees has widened, according to data from the Census Bureau today. Thirty-seven percent of employed women have a bachelor's degree or higher, compared to 35 percent of men, according to 2010 census figures. The figures released today in the Census Bureau's "Educational Attainment in the United States: 2010" analyze the education levels of Americans age 25 and older. The 25-year level was set to account for those who take extra time to...Full Story
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