2020 Update: “For every 100 girls…..” Part III

Here’s Part III of “For every 100 girls….”, see Part I here and Part II here. The entire list including Parts I, II, and III is available here.

4. Higher Education and Labor Market (8)

5. Educational Attainment of Young Adults (5)

  • For every 100 women ages 25 to 29 years who have at least some college but no degree there are 90 men.
  • For every 100 women ages 25 to 29 years who have an associate’s degree, there are 81 men.
  • For every 100 women ages 25 to 29 years who have a bachelor’s degree, there are 85 men.
  • For every 100 women ages 25 to 29 years who have a master’s degree, there are 73 men.
  • For every 100 women ages 25 to 29 years who have a first professional or doctor’s degree there are 81 men.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics 

6. Other Indicators (9)

  • For every 100 women who are homeless, there are 156 men.
    Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development                       
  • For every 100 women who are homeless and unsheltered, there are 232 men.
    Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development            
  • For every 100 women who abuse illicit drugs and alcohol, 180 men do so. 
    Source: Addiction Center
  • For every 100 women who met the diagnostic criteria for alcohol dependence in the past year, there are 180 men.
    Source: Centers for Disease Control  
  • For every 100 females in local jails in the US, there are 614 males.
    Source: Department of Justice via Wikipedia
  • For every 100 females in state and federal prisons, there are 1,314 males.
    Source: Department of Justice via Wikipedia  
  • For every 100 females in federal prison, there are 1,387 male prisoners.
    Source: Federal Bureau of Prisons   
  • For every 100 female military personnel who have been wounded in action during Operation Enduring Freedom, 5,098 men have.
    Source: Congressional Research Service
  • For every 100 female military personnel who have been wounded in action during Operation Iraqi Freedom, 4,982 men have.
    Source: Congressional Research Service

See the chart above that includes some of the items above, and items that appear in Part I and Part II.

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