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Men with less than a bachelor’s degree have seen their real earnings stagnate or decline, with an especially large drop among workers with the lowest levels of education. 1

Statistics for Tulsa

Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher

Source: Census - American Community Survey - S1501 Educational Attainment

Denominator: Total population over 18

This statistic shows the population 18 years or older with a Bachelor's degree or higher according to the U.S. Census estimates. Because this calculation uses totals from multiple tables, there is some margin of error.

Race and ethnicity disaggregates are from Census table S1501, and gender disaggregates are from Census table B15001.

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+0.3%

Latest change

+14.6%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Sex: Female)

-1%

Latest change

+13.9%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Sex: Male)

+1.8%

Latest change

+15.3%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: White)

-1%

Latest change

+16.9%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: Non-Hispanic)

-0.9%

Latest change

+14.1%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: Two or more)

+0.4%

Latest change

+25.3%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: Hispanic)

-1.2%

Latest change

+26.6%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: Black)

+10.4%

Latest change

+18.4%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: Native American)

+13.8%

Latest change

+36.5%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: Other)

+19.1%

Latest change

+35.3%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: Asian)

+5.2%

Latest change

+3.4%

Total change


Percentage of population with a Bachelor’s degree or higher (Race: Pacific Islander)

+556.7%

Latest change

0%

Total change

Median Household Income

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B19013 Median household income

Data from this statistic comes directly from the Census. Tract-level statistics use five-year estimates from the American Community Survey (ACS), while county-level statistics use ACS one-year estimates.

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+7.4%

Latest change

+44.5%

Total change


Median Household Income (Ethnicity: Hispanic)

+4.9%

Latest change

+48%

Total change


Median Household Income (Ethnicity: Non-Hispanic)

+7.4%

Latest change

+43.4%

Total change


Median Household Income (Race: Asian)

-9%

Latest change

+22.2%

Total change


Median Household Income (Race: Black)

+15.6%

Latest change

+46.5%

Total change


Median Household Income (Race: Native American)

+12.8%

Latest change

+61.7%

Total change


Median Household Income (Race: Other)

+16.8%

Latest change

+40.6%

Total change


Median Household Income (Race: Two or More)

+5.4%

Latest change

+38%

Total change


Median Household Income (Race: White)

+6.8%

Latest change

+46.6%

Total change

Percent of Families earning below self-sufficiency wages (200% of Federal Poverty Line)

Source: Census - American Community Survey - S1702 Poverty Status of Families

This metric displays the percentage of families earning below the self-sufficiency wages. We define self-sufficiency as at or below 200% of the federal poverty line. Values are calculated by the Census.

-0.4%

Latest change

-9.8%

Total change

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