A new survey reveals that 76 million of adult women in the U.S. do not have a bachelor's degree, although many of those women had started their educational journey but were unable to graduate as a result of various life factors.

According to a new study just released by The American Women's College at Bay Path University (TAWC), conducted by Research Now, 82 percent of adult women surveyed didn't complete college because they were putting other priorities first--family, work, and financial obligations, just to name a few.

More than half of the women in the survey, which focused...

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