: not of, relating to, or associated with a collegea noncollege groupnoncollege graduates [=people who are not college graduates]
Examples of noncollege in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebAnd as the New York Times’s Nate Cohn argued persuasively that year, noncollege whites are a significantly larger share of the electorate than exit polls have indicated—even if their numbers are slowly declining.
Michael Barone, WSJ, 2 Feb. 2020 How could a noncollege track be made more attractive?
Oren Cass, WSJ, 17 May 2018 In 1991, 27% of good jobs open to noncollege workers were in manufacturing; by 2015, the proportion had fallen to 16%; that share may fall further as employers reduce labor costs through globalization and automation.
Lauren Weber, WSJ, 26 July 2017 In 1991, 27% of good jobs open to noncollege workers were in manufacturing
Lauren Weber, WSJ, 26 July 2017 Only 27% of noncollege whites favor a total repeal of ObamaCare.
William A. Galston, WSJ, 16 May 2017
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