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Tippecanoe County, IN

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Education

The level of education of our workforce is a critical factor for economic and community development. It often provides insight into the skill levels of a local area. The metrics provided here focus on the attainment of degrees and high school graduates' higher education intent. The type of work (occupations) residents perform can also assist in understanding skill levels.

Educational Attainment
 19701980199020002016
Total Population 25 and Older50,42359,32169,14879,911100,694
    Less than 9th Grade8,7196,3113,5473,2023,028
    9th to 12th, No Diploma7,5437,4536,7026,5496,297
    High School Graduate (incl. equiv.)17,96422,19921,92024,38626,774
    Some College, No Degree  11,91614,97221,245
    Associate Degree  3,8464,3067,828
    Bachelors Degree  10,66714,43219,941
    Graduate or Professional Degree*  10,55012,06415,581
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau & American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates
*Graduate or Professional Degree data include Doctorate Degrees

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