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Women college grads outnumber men by about 10% and the gap is widening. Is the future of men in doubt?

mk, Smartass Oracle 2012/07/24 10:16:34
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Among all college graduates ages 25-29 in 2010, 55% were women and 45% were men. The gap was largest within the black community, where 63% of college-educated young adults were women and only 37% were men.

http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2011/08/17/women-see-value-and...
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  • Aksana 2012/07/24 14:45:37
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  • das 2012/07/24 11:15:00
  • Andy 2012/07/24 11:12:11
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    While there are more boys born into the US...the number equalizes around age 5. By the teen years, there are more girls...as more boys die off. So, more girls going and finishing college is not a surprise...simple math-there are more girls that age.
  • purpleicecreamvan<3 2012/07/24 10:38:09
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    women have had to work harder against discrimination to get into colleges so they're not gonna waste those opportunities. they work harder.
  • freespire 2012/07/24 10:22:26
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    I think it will mean a huge shift in who goes to work and who stays at home with the children
  • mk, Smartass Oracle 2012/07/24 10:17:45

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