Race And Gender Have Huge Impact On Income, But Not As Much As Education

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A report from the U.S. Census Bureau confirms once again that higher degrees really are worth the heavy cost, when it comes to the boost it gives your lifetime earnings. Your level of education has more of an effect on your salary than your race, gender, ethnicity, citizenship, English-speaking ability or location. But race, gender and ethnicity in particular still matter -- a lot.