Job gap widens between college, high school grads

Job gap widens between college, high school grads

A new graduate proudly displays his diploma, May 9, 2009. Buy Photo A structural shift in the job market following the most recent economic recession has radically changed the composition of the American workforce, with four-year college graduates for the first time constituting a larger share of the workforce than those who got a high school diploma but don’t have a college degree, according to a report released Thursday by the Georgetown University Center on Education.

Researchers at the center found that out of the 11.6 million jobs created in the post-recession economy, 11.5 million went to people with at […]

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