September 24, 2013

College-Educated Americans Take Bigger Share of the Income Pie

In 2012, nearly one out of two dollars of the nation’s total household income went to households headed by someone with at least a bachelor’s degree, according to recently released Census Bureau data. College-educated households, which account for one-in-three households, have been taking home a growing share of aggregate U.S. income. Read more at FactTank. 

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