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Blog 5: The Cost of Not Going to College has Risen

  1. The study that I chose was about how millennial who do not go to college fare in economic measures. I chose this because it was interesting to me to see how the effect of a college degree has changed throughout the generations.
  2. The data is based on 25 to 32 years old with only a high school degree by generation: Early Boomers, Late Boomers, Gen Xers, and the Millenials. The research was done by Pew Research Center and collected from the 2013,1995,1986,1979 March Current Population Survey.
  3. One of my questions is how will online classes and technology affect this data for the next generation. A second question I have is whether the demographic groups were represented equally.

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