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Average Earnings of Workers Ages 25 to 34, by Educational Attainment in Current Dollars and Constant 2010 Dollars: 1994-2010

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Average Earnings of Workers Ages 25 to 34, by Educational Attainment in Current Dollars and Constant 2010 Dollars: 1994-2010

July 30, 2012

​Figures are for total work experience which, in addition to full-time year round workers, includes part-time and other short-duration workers.

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