The Benefits to Taxpayers from Increases in Students' Educational Attainment

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3.1.Present Value of Lifetime Increases in Tax Payments Resulting from Increased Education, U.S.-Born Men35
3.2.Present Value of Lifetime Increases in Tax Payments Resulting from Increased Educational Attainment, U.S.-Born Women36
4.1.Expected Annual Welfare Program Spending for a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman45
4.2.Expected Annual Public Housing Subsidies for a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman47
4.3.Expected Annual Food Stamp Benefits for a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman48
4.4.Expected Annual Supplemental Security Income for a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman50
4.5.Expected Annual Medicaid Benefits for a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman51
4.6.Expected Annual Medicare Benefits for a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman53
4.7.Expected Annual Unemployment Compensation for a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman54
4.8.Expected Annual Social Security Benefits for a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman56
4.9.2002 Value of Lifetime Decrease in Social Program Spending Resulting from Increased Education for U.S.-Born Men57
4.10.2002 Value of Lifetime Decrease in Social Program Spending Resulting from Increased Education for U.S.-Born Women58
5.1.2002 Value of Lifetime Decrease in Incarceration Spending Resulting from Increased Education for U.S.-Born Men66
5.2.2002 Value of Lifetime Decrease in Incarceration Spending Resulting from Increased Education for U.S.-Born Women67
7.1.Benefits and Costs of Raising the Education of a U.S.-Born Hispanic Woman from Less Than High School Graduate to College Graduate81

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