Those ages 25+ who completed high school or more in 2000 compared to those who completed 4 years of college or more in 2000.



Stat: 79.5% of those ages 25+ completed high school or more in 2000 compared to 51.4% in 1980; 16.1% completed 4 years of college or more in 2000 versus 7.9% in 1980.

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