Education, Skills and Learning

More women in the US complete college than men. These charts explain why

'Young women are more likely to be enrolled in college today than young men.' Image: UNSPLASH/Jane Carmona

Kim Parker

Director, Social Trends Research, Pew Research Center

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Women in the U.S. are outpacing men in college graduation. Image: Pew Research Center
The reasons for not completing a four-year degree differ for men and women, Image: Pew Research Center

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