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Mar 30,  · MARCH 30, — Today the U.S. Census Bureau released findings from the Educational Attainment in the United States: table package that uses statistics from the Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement to examine the educational attainment of adults age 25 and older by demographic and social characteristics, such as age, sex, race, nativity . Educational attainment refers to the level of education completed (reported here as high school completion or higher, 1 an associate’s or higher degree, a bachelor’s or higher degree, or a master’s or higher degree). Between and , educational attainment rates among to year-olds increased at each attainment level.

Adult education level This indicator looks at adult education level as defined by the highest level of education completed by the year-old population. There are three levels: below upper-secondary, upper secondary and tertiary education. Upper secondary education typically follows completion of lower secondary schooling. Mar 30,  · MARCH 30, — More than one-third of the adult population in the United States has a bachelor’s degree or higher marking the first time in decades of data.

Educational attainment refers to the highest level of education completed (reported here as high school completion or higher, 1 an associate’s or higher degree, a bachelor’s or higher degree, or a master’s or higher degree). Between and , educational attainment rates among to year-olds increased at each attainment level. In , more than four in 10 adults in the U.S. ages 25 and older had attained an associate degree or higher ( percent), followed by percent whose highest level of education was completing high school, percent who had some college but no degree, and percent who had less than a high school education.