Underutilization, overqualification and skills mismatch: patterns and trends

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Felstead, Alan ; Green, Francis (2013)
  • Publisher: Skills Development Scotland
  • Subject: LC5201 | HD
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    Table A2: Real and Formal Overqualicfiation, Britain, 1992-2012 1992 2001 2006 2012

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