How a $100,000 federal college for men has already changed lives

Federal government college and university tuition for men is already significantly higher than women’s bachelor’s degree, according to a new study from the Bureau of Education and Research (BEAR).

The BEAR study found that men’s bachelor degrees earned $6,817 for men in 2017, compared to $4,715 for women.

For women, they earned $4.639 per bachelor degree, compared with $2.957 for men’s degrees.

While the study found a similar trend in both genders for higher education overall, it also noted that there was a gender difference in how federal bachelor’s degrees were awarded.

In 2017, men earned $12,821 per bachelor’s, compared, for women, $12.531 per bachelor.

As of 2018, the average amount paid to a man for his bachelor’s is $42,737, while the average for a woman is $35,769.

The BEAR found that this disparity was even greater for non-federal degrees such as master’s and doctoral degrees, where the average tuition was $24,842.

The study also found that federal students are more likely to earn bachelor’s than non-students.

For example, the men’s percentage of all federal students earned bachelor’s was 43.6%, while the women’s percentage was 29.7%.

The BEARR found that non-government students, as well as high school graduates, were much more likely than high school dropouts to earn a bachelor’s.

The report found that the number of non-family households earning a bachelor degree increased from 9.4% in 2017 to 13.2% in 2018.

That increase in the share of nonfederal students in the total population is a significant change from the trend seen for the overall population, where it has remained relatively steady at around 9%.

For the men, the median family income of $85,638 is the highest it’s been since the data began in the 1970s.

However, it’s still far below the median household income of more than $200,000, which is the median income for men and women.

According to the BEAR, there are several factors that could be influencing the gender pay gap.

For one, higher rates of education are a significant contributor to pay disparities, with women earning less than men for the same degrees.

For instance, men earn about 75% of bachelor’s-level degrees at public colleges and universities and 60% of master’s degrees, while women earn about 57% of those degrees.

As the BEARR report noted, these gender pay gaps could be due to several factors, including: more time spent on a degree program than other career paths; higher levels of job security, and less access to quality job training programs that help students earn a college degree.

In 2017, the BEARS report found, there were a number of reasons why women were less likely to achieve higher levels in their careers.

The largest was due to gender discrimination.

For men, they reported experiencing a higher rate of sexual harassment and verbal harassment than women did.

The report also found a correlation between women’s lack of access to career preparation programs and a lack of career advancement opportunities.

For women, the report found a lack in career-specific education programs that specifically target women, such as women in the military, military wives, and women in senior leadership roles.

The BEARS also noted some gender pay disparities are driven by a combination of factors, such a lack, for example, of mentoring programs and professional development.

However, the study’s authors said that more needs to be done to combat the gender wage gap.

In addition, the researchers also said it’s important to understand why men are less likely than women to complete their bachelor’s programs.

The National Women’s Law Center also called on Congress to address the gender gap in higher education.

The group noted that gender inequality in higher ed is more widespread than many would realize, and noted that the gender bias in higher educations is a problem nationwide.

“This issue has implications for students of color, low-income and low-skilled women, and people with disabilities, including for women who are the most likely to be women of color,” said Jennifer Morgan, director of policy and advocacy for the National Women, a nonprofit organization that works to advance women’s rights.

“We need to address this disparity in higher learning to ensure women are treated equally and to ensure our economy and our country continue to be an inclusive place for all.”