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This graph shows the percent of US bachelor's degrees awarded to Hispanic and Latino students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields, as well as the percent of college-age (18-24 years) United States permanent residents who are Hispanic. Degrees awarded to temporary residents are excluded from calculations. Data on the college age population are collected from the US Census.
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Bachelor’s Degrees Earned by Hispanic Americans, by Major Graph
Bachelor’s Degrees Earned by Hispanic Americans, by Major Data