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Unemployment Rate - High School Graduates, No College, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - College Graduates - Bachelor's Degree and Higher, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Civilian Labor Force Participation Rate - Bachelor's Degree and Higher, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Less than a High School Diploma, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
People 25 Years and Over Who Have Completed a Bachelor's Degree for the United States    
Percent, Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted2006 to 2012 (May 22)
 
Unemployment Rate - Bachelor's Degree and Higher, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment-Population Ratio - Bachelor's Degree and Higher, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
People 25 Years and Over Who Have Completed an Advanced Degree for the United States    
Percent, Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted2006 to 2012 (May 22)
 
People 25 Years and Over Who Have Completed High School (Includes Equivalency) for the United States    
Percent, Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted2006 to 2012 (May 22)
 
Civilian Labor Force Participation Rate - Less than a High School Diploma, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Some College or Associate Degree, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Level - High School Graduates, No College, 25 years and over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - Bachelor's Degree and Higher, 25 years and over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Labor Force Participation Rate - High School Graduates, No College, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - Less than a High School Diploma, 25 years and over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Barro-Lee: Population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary) for the United States    
Percent, 5-Years, Not Seasonally Adjusted1970-01-01 to 2010-01-01 (May 21)
 
Employment Level - High School Graduates, No College, 25 years and over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
People 25 Years and Over Who Have Completed a Bachelor's Degree for Alabama    
Percent, Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted2006 to 2012 (May 22)
 
Employment-Population Ratio - High School Graduates, No College, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Labor Force Participation Rate - Less than a High School Diploma, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Net migration for the United States    
People, 5-Years, Not Seasonally Adjusted1962-01-01 to 2012-01-01 (May 15)
 
Civilian Labor Force Participation Rate - High School Graduates, No College, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment-Population Ratio - Less than a High School Diploma, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Civilian Labor Force Level - Some College or Associate Degree, 25 years and over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Civilian Labor Force Participation Rate - Some College or Associate Degree, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Labor Force Participation Rate - Some College or Associate Degree, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - College Graduates - Master's Degree, 25 years and over    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted2000-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - Some College or Associate Degree, 25 years and over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Civilian Labor Force - College Graduates - Doctoral Degree, 25 years and over, Men    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted2000-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Civilian Labor Force Level - Bachelor's degree and higher, 25 years and over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1992-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - 25 years and over, Men    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
People 25 Years and Over Who Have Completed a Bachelor's Degree for Colorado    
Percent, Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted2006 to 2012 (May 22)
 
People 25 Years and Over Who Have Completed a Bachelor's Degree for Maryland    
Percent, Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted2006 to 2012 (May 22)
 

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