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Middle-Class Parents In LA

Alexander Russo | September 7, 2012

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Thirty percent of metro LA residents live in the central city (as defined by the census), and 30 percent of core city residents have college degrees, according to this chart dug up by Chicago Magazine:
But only 23 percent of adults have college degrees and school-aged kids — not as steep a dropoff as, say, San Francisco, but not as strong a showing as New York City.

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