GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Educated Black Women In The Us Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"In 2017, 26.2% of Black women aged 25 and older had a bachelor’s degree or higher."

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"Black women accounted for 64% of bachelor’s degrees earned by Black students in the 2014-15 academic year."

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"In 2016, there were 1,978,000 Black women enrolled in undergraduate and graduate college programs in the US."

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"The median weekly earnings of Black women with a bachelor’s degree in 2020 were $1,000."

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"The percentage of Black women enrolled in college increased from 34% in 2000 to 41% in 2016."

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"In 2016, 9.9% of Black women aged 25 and older held a master’s degree, and 2% held a doctoral or professional degree."

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"75% of Black women who earned STEM degrees in 2016 majored in social and behavioral sciences or health care fields."

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"In 2017, just 2.9% of Black women in the US held jobs classified as STEM occupations."

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"The unemployment rate for Black women with a bachelor’s degree and higher was 3.3% in 2019."

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"Between 1992 and 2012, the percentage of African American women who earned associate’s degrees increased by 125%."

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"In 2016, 19.9% of African American women aged 25-29 had at least a bachelor’s degree."

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"African American women represented 4.4% of all doctorate recipients in the US in 2017."

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"In 2018, Black women made up 36.6% of African American people working in management, business, science, and arts occupations."

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"6.8% of women in medical school identified as non-Hispanic Black in 2018-2019."

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"In 2020, 106 Black women earned Ph.D.s in business, 411 in education, 83 in engineering, and 52 in mathematics."

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"The college graduation rate for Black women in 2018 was 38% at public institutions and 45% at private nonprofit institutions."

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"Between 1995 and 2015, the number of Black women earning doctoral degrees increased by 200%."

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"In 2015, Black women in the US held 7.9% of all science and engineering doctorates awarded."

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"In 2016, 67% of Black women aged 25 and older had attended some postsecondary schooling."

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