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Table 30c: Education - HIV-infection deaths per 100,000 population, by education, United States, 2000a

  Total Less than high school graduate* High school graduate* At least some college*
Population group Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate Number Rate
                 
Total 14,477 5.3 3,152 19.8 5,796 13.2 3,137 4.1
                 
Age (not age adjusted)                
    25-44 8,356 10.2 5,192 57.1 9,390 37.7 4,897 11.1
    45-64 5,381 8.8 4,264 54.4 7,998 42.1 4,514 14.4
                 
Race                
    American Indian or Alaska Native 57 2.7 11 ** 18 ** 18 **
    Asian or Pacific Islander 75 0.7 5 ** 26 2 30 0.8
    Black or African American 7,848 23.7 1,916 81.4 3,178 54.2 1,263 17.1
    White 6,497 2.8 1,220 9.6 2,574 7.1 1,826 2.8
                 
Ethnicity                
    Hispanic 1,908 7 565 9.4 811 20.5 284 6.5
    Non-Hispanic 12,389 5 2,577 26.9 4,949 12.5 2,841 4
      Black or African American 7,708 24.4 1,901 88.8 3,136 56 1,253 17.7
      White 4,562 2.3 662 10 1,771 5.5 1,544 2.6
                 
Gender                
    Female 3,610 2.6 978 12.6 1,554 7.1 491 1.2
    Male 10,867 8 2,174 26.9 4,242 19.8 2,646 7.1

aRates are age adjusted to the 2000 standard population.

*Education data are for persons age 25-64 years only.

**Data do not meet the criteria for statistical reliability, data quality, or confidentiality (based on < 20 deaths).

Note: The population categories used in this table are as reported from the source of the data (see below).

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Vital Statistics System.

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