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What portion of Mexican and Central American immigrants in the U.S. aged 25-64 do not have a high school diploma or GED?

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In 2013, 54% of Mexican and Central American immigrants in the U.S. aged 25-64 did not have a high school diploma or GED. In comparison to others in the same age bracket, this was true for 7% of people born in the U.S., 9% of immigrants from Asia, 14% from the Caribbean and South America, 5% from Canada and Europe, and 9% from Africa and Oceana. On average, people with low education levels have higher poverty rates, receive more welfare, and commit more crimes.

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