What county in Idaho is #1 for having the most college graduates?
Idaho is known for many things, but graduating college unfortunately isn’t one of them...
There have been multiple studies conducted each year since 2015 that nearly all say the same thing about how only 25 percent of Idaho's population ages 25 years and older have actually graduated college and have received a bachelor's degree or higher.
What city in Idaho is #1 for having the most college graduates?
Also known as... Moscow, Idaho.
There are other cities, too, obviously, but Moscow is by far the largest.
Here’s what Stacker shared about Latah County being the #1 for most college graduates in the state of Idaho...
- 44.4% of population 25 years and over with Bachelor's degree or higher
- Less than high school diploma: 3.6% ($30,538 median earnings)
- High school graduate: 20.2% ($32,684)
- Some college or Associate's degree: 31.8% ($31,817)
- Bachelor's degree: 25.7% ($42,382)
- Graduate or professional degree: 18.7% ($52,407)
As for the Boise area... Ada County is fairly high on the list with 40.1% of the population 25 years and over have a Bachelor's degree or higher, but Canyon County falls really low on the list with only 20.2% of the population being 25 years and over with a Bachelor's degree or higher.
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