2023 Econometrics and Quantitative Economics Students
There are about 27,230 students enrolled in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics in the USA.
Compared to national avg.
Vs. National Avg.
College can be a very constructive time in one's life; it is a time for individual progress and expansion. Pupils continue to ascertain who they can be and forge the requisite skills to be a halcyon adult. But growth is more than what one learns in the classroom - the campus dialogue, the wild anecdote learned from an old professor, the exposure to a different stance on an issue. As such, a diverse student experience greatly improves what one gains from the time in university.
Econometrics and Quantitative Economics is a more popular major for students of color than white students. 37% of the US' Econometrics and Quantitative Economics majors are students of other races**, followed by white students (35%), asian students (18%), and latino students (7%). The most ethnically diverse college* in the top 100 is Carnegie Mellon University located in Pittsburgh, PA.
In addition, Econometrics and Quantitative Economics significatly skews male, with 61% of students majoring in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics identifying as men. The most gender balanced school in the top 100 is Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA.
Another critical type of diversity is class diversity. Unfortunately, Econometrics and Quantitative Economics ranks in the bottom 20% of majors wealth diversity. 33% of its majors come from households that take home over $110,000 a year, 15% are from homes bringing in between $48,000 and $75,000 a year, and 24% grew up in homes who bring in less than $30,000 a year. University of Utah is the most financially diverse school in the top 100.
Considering each type of diversity, overall NY is the most diverse state for Econometrics and Quantitative Economics. The Mid East is the most diverse region, and the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is the most diverse conference.
* diversity calculations and comparisons are based on Simpson's Diversity Index
** other races is used to refer to non asian, black, latino, or white
Socioeconomic Diversity (By Household Income)
Under 30k: 24%
30k - 48k: 14%
48k - 75k: 15%
75k - 110k: 14%
Over 110k: 33%
In State: 50%
Out of State: 38%