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Low-skill jobs with the highest concentration of college graduates

By eCampus News staff and wire reports
February 6th, 2013

The Center for College Affordability and Productivity released a study last week confirming what many recent college graduates have known for a long time: a large proportion of grads are working in jobs that don’t require a college degree, U.S. News reports. What we didn’t know was the situation may have been worse than we realized. According to the study, nearly half of college graduates are working jobs that require less than a four-year degree.So what low-skill job are you likely to find should you call the wrong side of the coin? Retail Sales/Clerk. Either handling cash became more complicated over the last forty years, or a large portion of the retail labor force is over-educated. Nearly 25 percent of shelf stockers, cash register jockeys, and clothing folders hold a four-year degree…

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eCampus News staff and wire reports