According to CNN Money, recent studies have shown that levels of job recovery are much higher for workers with a college degree. Workers with higher levels of education such as: master’s degrees, doctorates or professional degrees are a small part of the population and have been affected the least by the suffering job market. Unfortunately, those with a high school diploma or less have experienced the greatest job deficit and slowest employment gains.
Workers with master’s, doctorates or other professional degrees have experienced a 6.7% job market gain since 2010. Approximately 1.1 million more workers reported having jobs in 2012 than in 2010. Workers with bachelor’s degrees have reported a 5% gain since 2010. Workers with a high school diploma or less have been experiencing a loss in jobs since 2007. Approximately 767,000 fewer reported having a job in 2012 than in 2010. Experts say this is a long-running trend that has been shifting the U.S. economy toward more professional occupations. The health care and professional services sectors experienced the strongest job growth last year. Construction, a predominately blue-collar profession, experienced the biggest sector cut.
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