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state_of_the_black_family [2017/06/08 07:53]
marri [4. Income]
state_of_the_black_family [2017/06/08 07:54]
marri [3. Education]
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 Black females aged 35-40 who are in intact married families are most likely to have graduated from college; conversely, black women who dropped out of high school are most likely to be single. Black females aged 35-40 who are in intact married families are most likely to have graduated from college; conversely, black women who dropped out of high school are most likely to be single.
  
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 Black males exhibit similar trends: most college graduates are in intact marriages, whereas most high school dropouts are, and always have been, single. ​ Black males exhibit similar trends: most college graduates are in intact marriages, whereas most high school dropouts are, and always have been, single. ​
  
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