Where in Louisville are associate degrees and above found?
Although many working adults in Louisville have an associate degree or higher, there is a clear geographic divide on where those people live. In the map to the left, areas where more adults have associate degrees or higher are purple, while areas where fewer adults hold associate degrees or higher are white.
High attainment of a post-secondary degrees is almost exclusively seen in eastern Louisville, among communities such as Northeast Jefferson, J-Town, and the Highlands , where the highest percentage reaches 84%. In comparison, western and southern Louisville communities earned fewer post-secondary degrees, with the lowest rate being 6% in Russell and Fairdale.
Scroll over the map to see values for each census tract. Zoom in to see street names that form the boundaries of each tract.