In the mid-90s, black, white and Hispanic women aged 25-34 all pulled ahead of men in getting bachelor’s degrees or higher (or multiple, etc). Asian women pulled ahead about ten years later. Two decades of this has resulted in all women over 25 being likelier than all men over 25 to have a college degree.
Now since we’re talking about all adults over 25, and further, since it’s painfully obvious that college education doesn’t improve women’s financial earnings capacities reliably or consistently, we have to consider the longer-term implications of this on marriage and family formation. Men still do earn more on average, *if they bother to work*, but they are increasingly not bothering to work.