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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Meris Stansbury is the Editorial Director for both eSchool News and eCampus News, and was formerly the Managing Editor of eCampus News. Before working at eSchool Media, Meris worked as an assistant editor for The World and I, an online curriculum publication. She graduated from Kenyon College in 2006 with a BA in English, and enjoys spending way too much time either reading or cooking.