Caribbean men's progress

November 26, 1999

* Caribbean men need half a year longer in education on average to achieve the same goals as white men and have fewer degrees than other ethnic groups, according to an 11-year survey by Essex University Institute for Social and Economic Research of 2,780 Caribbean men aged between 16 and 39.

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