Community & Work Disparities
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Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Age 25 and Above with Less than a High School Diploma in North Carolina

With Disabilities with Less than a High School Diploma in North Carolina Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and North Carolina is in the second quartile with a value of 25.4%. The following cities in North Carolina have the value, Asheville 16.8%, Gastonia 29.6%, Greensboro 22.0% & Raleigh 14.9%.With Disabilities with Less than a High School Diploma Asheville, 16.8%Gastonia, 29.6%Greensboro, 22.0%Raleigh, 14.9% Without Disabilities with Less than a High School Diploma in North Carolina Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and North Carolina is in the second quartile with a value of 25.4%. The following cities in North Carolina have the value, Asheville 16.8%, Gastonia 29.6%, Greensboro 22.0% & Raleigh 14.9%.Without Disabilities with Less than a High School Diploma Asheville, 5.4%Gastonia, 12.2%Greensboro, 8.9%Raleigh, 7.6%

Data source. , American Community Survey (ACS), 5 year Estimates. Table S1811, selected economic characteristics for the civilian noninstitutionalized population by disability status.
Calculation. Number of people aged 25 and over with less than high school graduate with/without a disability divided by the total number of people aged 25 and over with/without a disability. ACS Table S1811 provides these percentages.

Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Age 25 and Above with Less than a High School Diploma by Region
RegionWith Disabilities with Less than a High School DiplomaWithout Disabilities with Less than a High School Diploma
United States23.0%10.8%
North Carolina25.4%10.9%
Asheville16.8%5.4%
Gastonia29.6%12.2%
Greensboro22.0%8.9%
Raleigh14.9%7.6%