Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Moving the Goalposts: How Demand for a Bachelor’s Degree Is Reshaping the Workforce

An increasing number of job seekers face being shut out of middle-skill, middle-class occupations by employers’ rising demand for a bachelor’s degree. This credential inflation, or “upcredentialing” is affecting a wide range of jobs from executive assistants to construction supervisors and has serious implications both for workers not seeking a college degree and for employers struggling to fill jobs.
Source: Burning Glass

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