United States Median Weekly Earnings By Gender of Full-Time Workers with Some College Education and No Degree
Updated on May 14, 2022.

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2021, the median weekly earnings of full-time working men aged 25 years and above in the United States who have some college education and no degree, was $1,010; and that of women of the same age group and educational level was $779.

The chart and table below shows the historical median weekly earnings (without seasonal adjustment) by gender for full-time workers with some college education and no degree in the United States from 2015 to 2021.

U.S. Median Weekly Earnings By Gender of Full-Time Workers with Some College Education and No Degree ($)
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U.S. Median Weekly Earnings By Gender of Full-Time Workers with Some College Education and No Degree ($)
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Year Quarter Both Genders ($) Men ($) Women ($)
2,015 738 850 637
2,016 756 861 665
2,017 774 886 680
2,018 802 918 694
2,019 833 967 717
2,020 877 995 750
2,021 899 1,010 779