Highest education level of the household occupants.
Highest Level Of Occupant Education
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure|
|Bachelor's degree||Occupant completed an undergraduate college education and received a Bachelor's degree.||None|
|Doctoral degree||Occupant completed a graduate program and received a doctoral degree, or PhD.||None|
|High school graduate||Occupant completed a high school education, grades 9-12, and received a high school diploma or equivalent certificate.||None|
|Master's degree||Occupant completed a postgraduate program and received a Master's degree.||None|
|No high school||Occupant received no amount of high school education for grades 9-12.||None|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
|Professional degree||Occupant completed a professional degree, which follows education for a particular profession by emphasizing skills and practical analysis over theory and research||None|
|Some college||Occupant received some college education beyond high school, but did not complete a degree.||None|
|Some high school||Occupant received a partial high school education, grades 9-12, but not enough to to receive a high school diploma or equivalent.||None|
|Some postgraduate||Occupant received some post-graduate education but did not complete a graduate degree.||None|
|Vocational technical associates degree||Occupant completed a training through a vocational or technical program, and/or received an Associate's degree.||None|
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