According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2021, the median weekly earnings (without seasonal adjustment) of full-time working Blacks aged 25 years and over in the United States who have some college education and no degree, was $757; that of Whites in the same age group and educational level was $938, and that of Asians in the same age group and educational level was $879. Also, the median weekly earnings of Hispanics, of all racial backgrounds, in the same age group and educational level was $851.
A closer look at the median weekly earnings of full-time U.S. workers with some college education and no degree in 2021 by race, hispanic ethnicity, and gender, reveals the following rankings:
- White Men: $1,063
- Asian Men: $964
- Hispanic Men: $960
- Black Men: $814
- White Women: $800
- Asian Women: $784
- Hispanic Women: $770
- Black Women: $707
The charts and tables below shows the historical median weekly earnings by race and ethnicity as well as by gender (without seasonal adjustment), for full-time U.S. workers with some college education and no degree from 2015 to 2021.
Note: The data for Hispanics refers to hispanics of all racial backgrounds.
|Year||Black ($)||White ($)||Asian ($)||Hispanic ($)|
|Year||Black Men ($)||White Men($)||Asian Men ($)||Hispanic Men ($)|
|Year||Black Women ($)||White Women($)||Asian Women ($)||Hispanic Women ($)|