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  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).
  • Educational attainment is an important determinant of household incomes, workforce skills, and regional resiliency [1]. The proportion of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school education declined across all three of the largest parishes, leading to a metro-wide decrease from 22 percent in 2000 to 16 percent in 2010. In the city of New Orleans, the share of adults with less than a high school degree fell from 25 percent to 16 percent, nearly as low as the United States average.[1] Paul M. Romer, "Economic Growth," in The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics available at http://www.econlib.org/library/Enc/EconomicGrowth.html; Paul R. Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectation: U.S. economic policy in the 1990s (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1990); and Robert Atkinson and Howard Wial, "Boosting Productivity, Innovation, and Growth through a National Innovation Foundation" (Washington: Brookings Institution, 2008).

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