Working women better educated than men: Census


A higher percentage of U.S. working women have college degrees than working men, the Census Bureau said on Tuesday in a report on American educational attainment, Reuters reports. The study shows that 37 percent of women in the work force age 25 and older had attained a bachelor’s degree or more as of 2010, whereas 35 percent of their male peers had reached the same level. For those in their late twenties, the gap is wider. Thirty-six percent of women had a bachelor’s degree or more, compared with 28 percent of men…

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