Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Women Are Now More Likely to Have College Degrees Than Men

Time Magazine reports on the latest stats  by the Census on educational achievement by genders which reveal that women are earning more college degrees than men:
"Young women are driving the change in higher education
For the first time since the Census Bureau began collecting data on higher education attainment, women are more likely to have a bachelor’s degree than men.
Last year, 29.9% of men had a bachelor’s degree, while 30.2% of women did, the bureau reports. A decade prior, in 2005, 28.5% of men had bachelor’s degree, while only 26% of women did."

And women have 36 grants and resources for women only:

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