Mean income by degree for Black workers age 25 or older in 2001



Stat: Mean income by degree for Black workers age 25 or older in 2001 was: $18,935 high school; $27,633 Associate's; $36,323 Bachelor's; $43,084 Master's; $49,421 Doctor's; and $54,722 professional.

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