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The least educated county in every state

  • The least educated county in every state
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    The least educated county in every state

    The value of traditional education can vary widely across the country. While a college degree has long been viewed as a critical step toward the American dream, burgeoning costs have led many to reconsider the return-on-investment of higher education. Meanwhile, local economies and individual circumstances can push some toward learning a trade or entering the workforce early.

    These considerations aside, the national statistics show a clear difference in earnings as they relate to educational attainment, as college graduates typically earn 65% more than those with only a high school degree.

    To help understand areas with the lowest educational attainment, Stacker used data from the 2012–2016 American Community Survey to construct a weighted index which measures the relative education level for every county in the United States. This index evaluates each county’s over-25 population across seven educational tiers, ranging from individuals not educated past eighth grade to those with graduate or professional degrees. For each segment of these tiers, a points-based indexing system was applied in direct proportion to the estimated years of schooling for each level of educational attainment. Lastly, the full range of index scores was normalized to a 0 to 100 scale, with 100 representing the most educated county in the United States.

    For each county, we've included supporting educational attainment data as well as how it ranks nationally. Read on to explore the least educated county in every state.

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  • Alabama: Clay County
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    Alabama: Clay County

    - Education index: 74.98
    - Less than 9th grade: 12.7%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 14%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 33.7%
    - Some college, no degree: 20.4%
    - Associate's degree: 8.9%
    - Bachelor's degree: 5.9%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,025 / 3,142

  • Alaska: Kusilvak Census Area
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    Alaska: Kusilvak Census Area

    - Education index: 73.82
    - Less than 9th grade: 7.6%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 14.3%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 52.2%
    - Some college, no degree: 18.9%
    - Associate's degree: 2.2%
    - Bachelor's degree: 3%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 1.9%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,096 / 3,142

  • Arizona: Yuma County
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    Arizona: Yuma County

    - Education index: 75.84
    - Less than 9th grade: 14%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 14.3%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 26%
    - Some college, no degree: 24.2%
    - Associate's degree: 7.2%
    - Bachelor's degree: 9.2%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 5.1%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,924 / 3,142

  • Arkansas: Lee County
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    Arkansas: Lee County

    - Education index: 73.74
    - Less than 9th grade: 9.2%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 20.8%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 39.3%
    - Some college, no degree: 17.6%
    - Associate's degree: 4.7%
    - Bachelor's degree: 5.7%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.7%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,100 / 3,142

  • California: Merced County
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    California: Merced County

    - Education index: 74.5
    - Less than 9th grade: 19.2%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 11.9%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 25.1%
    - Some college, no degree: 22.8%
    - Associate's degree: 7.2%
    - Bachelor's degree: 8.9%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.8%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,071 / 3,142

  • Colorado: Bent County
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    Colorado: Bent County

    - Education index: 77.26
    - Less than 9th grade: 5.8%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 9.3%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 46.2%
    - Some college, no degree: 19.9%
    - Associate's degree: 8.6%
    - Bachelor's degree: 7%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,616 / 3,142

  • Connecticut: Windham County
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    Connecticut: Windham County

    - Education index: 82.3
    - Less than 9th grade: 3.9%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 7.7%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 32.7%
    - Some college, no degree: 21.6%
    - Associate's degree: 9.6%
    - Bachelor's degree: 14.8%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 9.6%
    - Rank among all counties: #940 / 3,142

  • Delaware: Kent County
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    Delaware: Kent County

    - Education index: 81.83
    - Less than 9th grade: 4.1%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 8.5%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 33.1%
    - Some college, no degree: 22.3%
    - Associate's degree: 8.5%
    - Bachelor's degree: 14.5%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 9%
    - Rank among all counties: #1,085 / 3,142

  • Florida: Hendry County
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    Florida: Hendry County

    - Education index: 71.99
    - Less than 9th grade: 19.8%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 15%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 33%
    - Some college, no degree: 17.4%
    - Associate's degree: 6.3%
    - Bachelor's degree: 5.3%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.1%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,123 / 3,142

  • Georgia: Taliaferro County
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    Georgia: Taliaferro County

    - Education index: 72.15
    - Less than 9th grade: 12.6%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 18.3%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 47.5%
    - Some college, no degree: 10.4%
    - Associate's degree: 4.4%
    - Bachelor's degree: 5.5%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 1.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,122 / 3,142

  • Hawaii: Kalawao County
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    Hawaii: Kalawao County

    - Education index: 83.01
    - Less than 9th grade: 3.8%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 8.9%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 25.3%
    - Some college, no degree: 19%
    - Associate's degree: 20.3%
    - Bachelor's degree: 13.9%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 8.9%
    - Rank among all counties: #757 / 3,142

  • Idaho: Clark County
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    Idaho: Clark County

    - Education index: 74.73
    - Less than 9th grade: 24.2%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 5.1%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 28.3%
    - Some college, no degree: 20.4%
    - Associate's degree: 4.9%
    - Bachelor's degree: 11.1%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 6%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,049 / 3,142

  • Illinois: Alexander County
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    Illinois: Alexander County

    - Education index: 76.71
    - Less than 9th grade: 6.5%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 15%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 34.7%
    - Some college, no degree: 23.2%
    - Associate's degree: 9.8%
    - Bachelor's degree: 8.1%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.7%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,749 / 3,142

  • Indiana: LaGrange County
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    Indiana: LaGrange County

    - Education index: 70.82
    - Less than 9th grade: 28.8%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 7.8%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 33.5%
    - Some college, no degree: 14.1%
    - Associate's degree: 5.9%
    - Bachelor's degree: 7%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.9%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,136 / 3,142

  • Iowa: Crawford County
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    Iowa: Crawford County

    - Education index: 76.42
    - Less than 9th grade: 12.1%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 9.2%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 36.8%
    - Some college, no degree: 19.7%
    - Associate's degree: 9.3%
    - Bachelor's degree: 10%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,809 / 3,142

  • Kansas: Seward County
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    Kansas: Seward County

    - Education index: 73.73
    - Less than 9th grade: 19.4%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 13.4%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 26.7%
    - Some college, no degree: 19.8%
    - Associate's degree: 8.6%
    - Bachelor's degree: 8.9%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.2%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,102 / 3,142

  • Kentucky: Clay County
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    Kentucky: Clay County

    - Education index: 71.89
    - Less than 9th grade: 19.7%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 17.3%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 33.2%
    - Some college, no degree: 16.2%
    - Associate's degree: 4.1%
    - Bachelor's degree: 5.1%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.4%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,125 / 3,142

  • Louisiana: East Carroll Parish
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    Louisiana: East Carroll Parish

    - Education index: 74.3
    - Less than 9th grade: 5.8%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 23.7%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 39.3%
    - Some college, no degree: 17.8%
    - Associate's degree: 3.6%
    - Bachelor's degree: 7.4%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,081 / 3,142

  • Maine: Somerset County
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    Maine: Somerset County

    - Education index: 79.89
    - Less than 9th grade: 3.4%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 8.8%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 40.2%
    - Some college, no degree: 18.8%
    - Associate's degree: 12.1%
    - Bachelor's degree: 11.8%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.8%
    - Rank among all counties: #1,822 / 3,142

  • Maryland: Somerset County
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    Maryland: Somerset County

    - Education index: 77.89
    - Less than 9th grade: 5.1%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 13.1%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 42.1%
    - Some college, no degree: 20.2%
    - Associate's degree: 5.2%
    - Bachelor's degree: 9.5%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 5%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,441 / 3,142

  • Massachusetts: Bristol County
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    Massachusetts: Bristol County

    - Education index: 81.74
    - Less than 9th grade: 8.3%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 7.4%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 29.8%
    - Some college, no degree: 18%
    - Associate's degree: 9.1%
    - Bachelor's degree: 17.2%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 10.1%
    - Rank among all counties: #1,127 / 3,142

  • Michigan: Oscoda County
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    Michigan: Oscoda County

    - Education index: 77.4
    - Less than 9th grade: 5.5%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 11.7%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 39.4%
    - Some college, no degree: 25.5%
    - Associate's degree: 7.1%
    - Bachelor's degree: 7.2%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.7%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,581 / 3,142

  • Minnesota: Nobles County
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    Minnesota: Nobles County

    - Education index: 76.5
    - Less than 9th grade: 14.1%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 9.6%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 32.3%
    - Some college, no degree: 19.7%
    - Associate's degree: 9.9%
    - Bachelor's degree: 10%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.5%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,787 / 3,142

  • Mississippi: Issaquena County
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    Mississippi: Issaquena County

    - Education index: 72.27
    - Less than 9th grade: 10.8%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 23.6%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 38.2%
    - Some college, no degree: 20.1%
    - Associate's degree: 1.2%
    - Bachelor's degree: 2.4%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.7%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,121 / 3,142

  • Missouri: Mississippi County
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    Missouri: Mississippi County

    - Education index: 74.92
    - Less than 9th grade: 10.1%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 15.5%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 39.7%
    - Some college, no degree: 19.4%
    - Associate's degree: 3.8%
    - Bachelor's degree: 8.1%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,029 / 3,142

  • Montana: Wheatland County
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    Montana: Wheatland County

    - Education index: 75.87
    - Less than 9th grade: 16%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 8.8%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 32.7%
    - Some college, no degree: 22.7%
    - Associate's degree: 1.9%
    - Bachelor's degree: 14.3%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.5%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,907 / 3,142

  • Nebraska: Dakota County
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    Nebraska: Dakota County

    - Education index: 74.58
    - Less than 9th grade: 18.2%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 8.3%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 35%
    - Some college, no degree: 18.9%
    - Associate's degree: 6.9%
    - Bachelor's degree: 8.3%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,067 / 3,142

  • Nevada: Pershing County
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    Nevada: Pershing County

    - Education index: 77.72
    - Less than 9th grade: 8.5%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 10.6%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 35.3%
    - Some college, no degree: 24.3%
    - Associate's degree: 7.6%
    - Bachelor's degree: 7.4%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 6.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,500 / 3,142

  • New Hampshire: Coos County
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    New Hampshire: Coos County

    - Education index: 80.39
    - Less than 9th grade: 3.6%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 8.1%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 40.1%
    - Some college, no degree: 19.5%
    - Associate's degree: 10.4%
    - Bachelor's degree: 12.4%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 5.9%
    - Rank among all counties: #1,649 / 3,142

  • New Jersey: Cumberland County
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    New Jersey: Cumberland County

    - Education index: 76.66
    - Less than 9th grade: 9.5%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 12.7%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 39.2%
    - Some college, no degree: 17.8%
    - Associate's degree: 6.6%
    - Bachelor's degree: 10%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,761 / 3,142

  • New Mexico: Luna County
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    New Mexico: Luna County

    - Education index: 74.13
    - Less than 9th grade: 18%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 15%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 30.6%
    - Some college, no degree: 16.2%
    - Associate's degree: 6.1%
    - Bachelor's degree: 8.6%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 5.5%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,086 / 3,142

  • New York: Bronx County
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    New York: Bronx County

    - Education index: 76.8
    - Less than 9th grade: 14.5%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 14%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 27.6%
    - Some college, no degree: 17.5%
    - Associate's degree: 7%
    - Bachelor's degree: 12.5%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 6.9%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,726 / 3,142

  • North Carolina: Tyrrell County
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    North Carolina: Tyrrell County

    - Education index: 74.58
    - Less than 9th grade: 7.1%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 18.4%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 41.8%
    - Some college, no degree: 18.7%
    - Associate's degree: 6.3%
    - Bachelor's degree: 4.7%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.9%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,067 / 3,142

  • North Dakota: Logan County
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    North Dakota: Logan County

    - Education index: 77.49
    - Less than 9th grade: 10.9%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 4.6%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 39%
    - Some college, no degree: 20.9%
    - Associate's degree: 11%
    - Bachelor's degree: 11.9%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 1.7%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,562 / 3,142

  • Ohio: Holmes County
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    Ohio: Holmes County

    - Education index: 68.65
    - Less than 9th grade: 34.7%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 7.1%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 35.2%
    - Some college, no degree: 10.6%
    - Associate's degree: 4%
    - Bachelor's degree: 6.1%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.4%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,139 / 3,142

  • Oklahoma: Texas County
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    Oklahoma: Texas County

    - Education index: 76.21
    - Less than 9th grade: 17.3%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 11.5%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 28%
    - Some college, no degree: 19.3%
    - Associate's degree: 3.1%
    - Bachelor's degree: 14.5%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 6.2%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,843 / 3,142

  • Oregon: Morrow County
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    Oregon: Morrow County

    - Education index: 75.54
    - Less than 9th grade: 9.5%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 15.2%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 33.9%
    - Some college, no degree: 23%
    - Associate's degree: 8.7%
    - Bachelor's degree: 7.7%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.1%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,967 / 3,142

  • Pennsylvania: Forest County
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    Pennsylvania: Forest County

    - Education index: 75.03
    - Less than 9th grade: 4.1%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 16%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 54.9%
    - Some college, no degree: 14.1%
    - Associate's degree: 3.9%
    - Bachelor's degree: 4.5%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.6%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,023 / 3,142

  • Rhode Island: Providence County
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    Rhode Island: Providence County

    - Education index: 81.88
    - Less than 9th grade: 7.6%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 8.6%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 30.2%
    - Some college, no degree: 18.1%
    - Associate's degree: 7.7%
    - Bachelor's degree: 17%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 10.8%
    - Rank among all counties: #1,065 / 3,142

  • South Carolina: Allendale County
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    South Carolina: Allendale County

    - Education index: 74.6
    - Less than 9th grade: 11.1%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 14.7%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 40.1%
    - Some college, no degree: 16.9%
    - Associate's degree: 7.8%
    - Bachelor's degree: 6.8%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.6%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,064 / 3,142

  • South Dakota: Buffalo County
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    South Dakota: Buffalo County

    - Education index: 75.86
    - Less than 9th grade: 5.8%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 15.7%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 39.9%
    - Some college, no degree: 22.3%
    - Associate's degree: 7.3%
    - Bachelor's degree: 7.3%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 1.7%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,917 / 3,142

  • Tennessee: Pickett County
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    Tennessee: Pickett County

    - Education index: 73.8
    - Less than 9th grade: 13.2%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 12.9%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 40.9%
    - Some college, no degree: 17.4%
    - Associate's degree: 8.6%
    - Bachelor's degree: 4.7%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 2.3%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,097 / 3,142

  • Texas: Kenedy County
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    Texas: Kenedy County

    - Education index: 66.63
    - Less than 9th grade: 25.8%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 32.8%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 26.1%
    - Some college, no degree: 6.5%
    - Associate's degree: 2.3%
    - Bachelor's degree: 3.2%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.2%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,142 / 3,142

  • Utah: Uintah County
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    Utah: Uintah County

    - Education index: 79.12
    - Less than 9th grade: 3.2%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 10.9%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 35.1%
    - Some college, no degree: 29.1%
    - Associate's degree: 7.4%
    - Bachelor's degree: 10.4%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.9%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,086 / 3,142

  • Vermont: Essex County
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    Vermont: Essex County

    - Education index: 78.39
    - Less than 9th grade: 6.5%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 8.7%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 45.9%
    - Some college, no degree: 13.9%
    - Associate's degree: 10.4%
    - Bachelor's degree: 9.1%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 5.6%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,298 / 3,142

  • Virginia: Buchanan County
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    Virginia: Buchanan County

    - Education index: 74.34
    - Less than 9th grade: 14.2%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 14.2%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 36.4%
    - Some college, no degree: 17.8%
    - Associate's degree: 6.6%
    - Bachelor's degree: 6.7%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.1%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,079 / 3,142

  • Washington: Adams County
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    Washington: Adams County

    - Education index: 73.34
    - Less than 9th grade: 23.3%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 11.4%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 26%
    - Some college, no degree: 17.8%
    - Associate's degree: 7.9%
    - Bachelor's degree: 9%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 4.6%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,106 / 3,142

  • West Virginia: McDowell County
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    West Virginia: McDowell County

    - Education index: 71.11
    - Less than 9th grade: 14.5%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 20.2%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 44.6%
    - Some college, no degree: 12.7%
    - Associate's degree: 3.2%
    - Bachelor's degree: 3%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 1.9%
    - Rank among all counties: #3,133 / 3,142

  • Wisconsin: Clark County
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    Wisconsin: Clark County

    - Education index: 76.41
    - Less than 9th grade: 11.2%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 6.7%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 42.8%
    - Some college, no degree: 18.8%
    - Associate's degree: 9.1%
    - Bachelor's degree: 8.3%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 3.1%
    - Rank among all counties: #2,812 / 3,142

  • Wyoming: Uinta County
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    Wyoming: Uinta County

    - Education index: 81.15
    - Less than 9th grade: 2.3%
    - 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 5.9%
    - High school graduate or equivalent: 37.4%
    - Some college, no degree: 26.7%
    - Associate's degree: 10.3%
    - Bachelor's degree: 11.9%
    - Graduate or professional degree: 5.5%
    - Rank among all counties: #1,358 / 3,142

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