Saturday, August 17, 2013

Population Reference Bureau: More Highly Educated Americans Tend to Live Longer

Robert Hummer and Elaine Hernandez contend a positive correlation between educational status and life expectancy. Higher educational status, as such, tends to correlate with greater longevity.

The Population Reference Bureau is linked below.

PRB: Education and Life Expectancy

"For example, remaining life expectancy at age 25—an important overall indicator of adult population health—is about a decade shorter for people who do not have a high school degree compared with those who have completed college."

---Robert A. Hummer and Elaine M. Hernandez, Population Reference Bureau

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