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
"How many college graduates in 2007 in US?"
I just read this about a week ago and was surprised because it is 26%. I thought it would be higher.
2% but the fastest growing occupation in the US iis physician assistant-JoymakerRN
According to the College Board, Russia has the highest percentage of college graduates , associates degrees or better, with 54 %. Canada is second with 48.3%. The US is in 12th place with 40.4%.
Three: US Military Academy: * Ulysses Grant * Dwight Eisenhower US Naval Academy: * Jimmy Carter
what percentage of the workforce is in the military/ Type your answer here...
According to the US Census Bureau report on educational attainment 2003, 27.2% have a college degree.
Yes, graduates of the US Military Academy at West Point are offered officers' comissions upon graduation.
Percentage representation of various religions in US military
No, there are no US Military forces that accept non-graduates or those who do not have a GED.
The Confederacy had capable military commanders because many West Point graduates resigned from the US to join the Confederacy. Also, each Southern state had at least one private military college. VMI in Virginia is one such example.
In 1976 with the first graduates in the Class of 1980.
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.
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.
20% of the US military is airborn â˜º
Answer: 0 percent. All of the country's military is now in 2008.