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Is Going To College Worth It? (Yes, If You're White!)

Over the past few years, individual wealth grew for all Americans. But that doesn’t mean everybody is on level ground. HowMuch.net's graphic below shows the net worth disparity between racial groups, both with and without a college education. Source: HowMuch.net HowMuch.net created this graphic using new data from a Federal Reserve analysis of recent trends in consumer financing.
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