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What's It Worth? Educational Background and Economic Status: Spring 1987 - Detailed Tables and Documentation

Tables

  • Table 1. Highest Degree Earned by Race, Sex, and Age: Spring 1987 [PDF - 232k]
  • Table 2. Four-Month Average Income, Earnings and Work Activity, and Educational Attainment, by Sex, Race, and Age: Spring 1987 [PDF - 544k]
  • Table 3. Highest Degree and Field of Degree, by Sex, Race, Hispanic Origin and Age for Persons With Post-Secondary Degrees: Spring 1987 [PDF - 988k]
  • Table 4. Average Monthly Income, Earnings, and Work Activity, by Level and Field of Degree: Spring 1987 [PDF - 320k]
  • Table 5. Characteristics of Persons Having Received Work-Related Training: Spring 1987 [PDF - 220k]

Appendices

  • Appendix A. Overview of SIPP Program: Spring 1987 [PDF - 904k]
  • Appendix B. Definitions and Explanations [PDF - 396k]
  • Appendix C. Source and Accuracy of Estimates [PDF - 1.78M]
  • Appendix D. Data Quality [PDF - 320k]
  • Appendix E. Facsimile of Questionnaires [PDF - 432k]

Source: Survey of Income and Program Participation, 1987 Panel


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Educational Attainment |  Last Revised: September 22, 2010