A college education benefited white and Asian American families particularly during the Great Recession compared with their peers without college degrees. But black and Hispanic households headed by an adult with a higher education degree didn’t do so well, a new study shows.
A college education benefited white and Asian American families particularly during the Great Recession compared with their peers without college degrees. But black and Hispanic households headed by an adult with a higher education degree didn’t do so well, a new study shows. File photo The Associated Press
A college education benefited white and Asian American families particularly during the Great Recession compared with their peers without college degrees. But black and Hispanic households headed by an adult with a higher education degree didn’t do so well, a new study shows. File photo The Associated Press

College aids income, wealth unless you are black or Hispanic, study shows

August 21, 2015 12:46 PM

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