33% of Idahoans are college graduates, 46% of Idahoans have some college experience.

Learning can happen outside of the classroom, and being dedicated to a lifetime of learning does not depend on a degree. However, data shows that more education equals more lifetime wages and earnings for most people. In Idaho, we rank 50th in average weekly wage and have a high percentage of minimum wage jobs. Is this because we have a minority of college-educated Idahoans?

What will be the economic future of the majority of individuals in the state who stop after high school?

Source:

Tableau Public: Idaho High School Feeback Reports

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