College graduates are going to graduate with higher scores than those with just high school diplomas, a study by Vice News has found.
College graduates were more likely to be high school graduates and more likely, at least in part, to have a college degree, Vice President of Media and Social Affairs Ryan Murphy said in a statement.
The study also found that the number of high school grads who had a bachelor’s degree increased over the years from 18.2 percent in 2015 to 23.9 percent in 2020.
The report comes at a time when students are also struggling to make ends meet.
The average family income in the U.S. has dropped from $52,000 in 2005 to $47,000 today, according to the Federal Reserve.
According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, the median household income in 2020 is $46,906.
The median family income is about $24,000 lower than the median income in 2000.
The study by the Vice News Group also found the average SAT score for a graduating high school student is a score of 715.
This means that the student has a combined score of 1725 on the SAT.
In the past, the average ACT score has been 678, while the average GMAT score has stood at 775.
On average, college graduates with bachelor’s degrees had a score on the high school equivalency scale of 735.
Vice News found that students with college degrees are more likely than students with just a high school diploma to be white, female, college-educated, married, and older.
College grads with a master’s degree have the highest likelihood of having a family income of $75,000 or more, while those with a doctorate have the lowest.
College graduates with a bachelor of arts degree also had the highest odds of having children with a college-aged sibling, while college graduates without a bachelor degree had the lowest odds.