Among the Registry participants who were 25 years of age or older (n = 1,255, 39.7%), 8% had less than a high school degree and 25% were a high school graduate or had passed their General Educational Development (GED) exam. Fifty-seven percent had an education greater than a high school degree. Ten percent of these participants had unknown or other types of education. (Figure 5).
Figure 5: Highest education level attained by the Registry participants 25 years of age and older, 2014
|Less than high school||102||8%|
|High School Graduate||319||25%|
|2-year college degree (Associates)||113||9%|
|4-year college degree (Bachelors)||233||19%|