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Chart: Who does and doesn't have college degrees in America

Reproduced from Economic Policy Institute; Note: Shares might total over 100% due to rounding; Chart: Axios Visuals

Despite growing levels of educational attainment, there is still significant dispersion between the groups of people who do and do not have college degrees, new research from the Economic Policy Institute finds.

Context: The survey of 21-to-24-year-olds includes many who are still of college age, but researchers note that the vast majority of people who do not finish college during this time do not wind up completing a 4-year college degree.

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