According to the US Census Bureau report on educational attainment 2003, 27.2% have a college degree.
"How many college graduates in 2007 in US?"
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 27.2% of the US population have a bachelor's degree or higher.
Twenty-five percent of Americans that start high school do not graduate. Thirty percent of high school graduates do not go on to college after graduating. Forty-three percent of students who start college will not graduate in 6 years.
Enlisted, pretty small, a few percent tops. Officers would be around 99%, there are still a few ways to earn a commission without a college degree.
Around 89% in 2010
According to the US Census Bureau 27% of the US population have a bachelor's degree or higher. Does not include associate degrees.
the population is 99%
Over 80 percent of the US population owns a car. It is estimated that close to forty percent of the population own two or more cars.
About 6 percent of the male US population is infertile. Likewise, about 6 percent of the female population in the US is infertile.
what percent of us population receive welfare benefits
According to the US Census it is in the neighborhood of 1% of the population.
Muslims comprised 1.6% of the US population in 2005.
Blacks make up 12.85% of the US population.
Less than one half of one percent of the US population is currently serving.
The closest figure I could find is that as of the 2000 Census 44,460,000 people in the US have a college education. An estimate would be that about a million people a year graduate from college.
Currently there are less than 1% of the US population serving in the US Army
In terms of graduates at all three levels (bachelor's, master's and PhD), the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) has the largest engineering college in the US.
more than 1 percent.