Click Chart Below to Zoom Here at BlackDemographics.com we have recently and frequently been asked about statistics regarding single Black men and women and availability. There seems to be disagreements on social media about the availability, education, and education of single Black men compared to women. So we decided to
In 2021, a higher percentage of African American women (33%) were enrolled in college compared to White men (25%), White women (31%), Hispanic men (19%), Hispanic women (24%), and Black men (23%). Also, by 2021, 28% of African American women aged 25 and older had a bachelor’s degree or higher.
The top field of degree for African Americans age 25 to 40 was Business Management and Administration according to an analysis of the 2019 Census Bureau ACS microdata sample. More than 177,000 African Americans in that age group held that degree with an average salary of $55,259 annually. Not far
Chemical Engineering was the top earning degree for African Americans age 25 to 40 with an average salary of $84,415 according to an analysis of the 2019 Census Bureau ACS microdata sample. As a matter of fact six of the top earning degrees were engineering degrees including Mechanical, Computer, Civil,