What is the most important takeaway from the Brookings report that says Providence is in the middle of the pack for percentage of older millennials who have college degrees?

LAGGING THE HIGH ACHIEVERS: Rhode Island is not among the top 10 states for the portion of millennials, age 25-34 who have a college degree, according to the Brookings Institution, although at No. 14, the state ranked better than the Providence metro area, which placed at No. 49 among the top 100 metros in the nation.
LAGGING THE HIGH ACHIEVERS: Rhode Island is not among the top 10 states for the portion of millennials, age 25-34 who have a college degree, according to the Brookings Institution, although at No. 14, the state ranked better than the Providence metro area, which placed at No. 49 among the top 100 metros in the nation.
The Raimondo administration has made a point of trying to upgrade the educational attainment of the state’s college-age students, the better to take part in the Information Age transformation of the U.S. economy and its workforce needs. At the same time, through initiatives that include Real Jobs Rhode Island, the state is looking to create…

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