% of Blacks age 16 or older, with at least a Bachelor's degree, that participated in the labor force in 2001 compared to those with only a high school degree.



Stat: 83.7% of Blacks age 16 or older, with at least a Bachelor's degree, participated in the labor force in 2001 compared to 69.2% of those with only a high school degree.

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