Underemployment by Education Level

 

PayScale has announced the results of a survey of more than 900,000 U.S. workers on whether they feel underemployed in their current positions. Among those surveyed, 46% reported being underemployed, and 76% of those workers attributed their underemployment to an inability to use their education and training in their current positions.

This is the most telling chart:

PayScale Chart 1

But this chart may be of equal interest to the readers of this blog:

PayScale Chart 2

 

The complete report of the survey’s findings in available at: http://www.payscale.com/data-packages/underemployment.

 

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