2 thoughts on “American College Graduation Percentage, by Religion

  1. Things like this are always interesting, although I think it would be much better if the salary range were adjusted based on regional living costs, and also compared with similarly situated people from other religions. Otherwise, it’s impossible to tell how much of the high salary earned by Indians (disproportionately concentrated in expensive urban areas on the West Coast) or Reform Jews (disproportionately concentrated in expensive urban areas on the East Coast) is just a matter of living in a place with high salaries, and how much of may be attributed to religion/culture.

    Similarly, how much of the low salary earned by baptists is simply due to them predominantly living in rural areas or smaller cities.

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