Monday, Oct 23 2017 | Updated at 04:06 AM EDT

Stay Connected With Us F T R

Jul 02, 2016 04:27 AM EDT

College Education has a massive impact in finding a job in the US. The division between "college haves" and "college have-nots" has a greater rule in labor force. As the US recovery planks into its eighth year, Americans with at least some College Education did especially well in the labor market. Whereas, the less-schooled have found a much uninviting place. 

The that among the 11.6 million new jobs added since the recovery started in 2010, about 99 percent of which were filled by people having at least some college education or a bachelor's degree and better. Meanwhile, only 80,000 spots were given to Americans with a high school diploma or less, Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce Study showed.

Tamara Jayasundera, one of the report's authors, said increased educated population is not the only factor but on how the labor market has changed and changing. By which, the labor market demands for a more skilled workforce, Bloomberg reported.

The impact of acquiring a College Education has a disparity pointing to a longer-term alteration in occupational patterns. Most industries have increasingly required higher-skilled workers. For example, the manufacturing sector's job majority regained went to workers having more than a high school diploma under their belts. The industry of technological developments and automation have already eliminated clerical and administrative roles along with hands-on jobs in construction sector. These areas posed somewhat the weakest job recoveries.

The massive outcome of Americans with College Education is also a lead player to the stark differences in labor-market results.  Thus, the divide between the "college haves" and "college have-nots" impacts the socioeconomic makeup of America. At one time, men and women without a College Education were able to embark themselves to mid-level jobs with benefits and enter a middle-class lifestyle for their families, Bloomberg added. Now, those opportunities are harder to come upon.

Follows US College Education, College Education, College Education in US, Changing Market Labor, Market Workforce, Impact Of College Education, job, Job Hiring
© 2017 University Herald, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

Must Read

Here is NASA’s Take On Anonymous Hackers Alien Claims [VIDEO]

Jun 28, 2017 AM EDTNASA official says no alien has been found until today.

International Cyber Attack Strikes Again: Ransomware Hits Companies Worldwide [VIDEO]

Jun 28, 2017 AM EDTOver 2,000 computers in about a dozen countries were affected.

The Magic of Celebrity Involvement: How Projects and Concepts Get Public Nod When Icons Get Involved [VIDEO]

Jun 28, 2017 AM EDTDo celebrities really affect marketing?

Student Loans In Focus: How Much Do Students Really Borrow To Attend The Top 10 Schools [VIDEO]

Jun 26, 2017 AM EDTFor most students, going into the Top 10 schools is a dream come true. But is the expense in studying in these schools worth it?