Special Report

Cities Where the Most (and Least) People Graduate High School

Bowling Green, Kentucky
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15. Bowling Green, KY
> High school graduation rate: 91.9%
> May unemployment rate: 4.2%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $20,154
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 12.7%

California-Lexington Park, Maryland
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14. California-Lexington Park, MD
> High school graduation rate: 92.0%
> May unemployment rate: 4.1%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $24,459
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 14.9%

Jackson, Tenessee
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13. Jackson, TN
> High school graduation rate: 92.1%
> May unemployment rate: 4.2%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $20,003
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 16.1%

Abilene, TX
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12. Abilene, TX
> High school graduation rate: 92.1%
> May unemployment rate: 3.8%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $20,542
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 15.4%

Tyler, Texas
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11. Tyler, TX
> High school graduation rate: 92.6%
> May unemployment rate: 4.4%
> Median income, less than high school graduate: $21,456
> Pct. of adults with college degree: 17.4%

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