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This article examines whether recent college graduates have fared as well as their predecessors. We examine changes in both the wage and occupational distributions. Specifically, we explore the claim that college educated workers are increasingly likely to be in "non-college" occupations. The...
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This paper explores the claim that college educated workers are increasingly likely to be in "non-college" occupations. We provide a conceptual framework which gives analytical content to the previously vague distinction between college and non-college jobs. This framework is used to show that...
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This article explores the claim that college-educated workers are increasingly likely to be in "noncollege" occupations. We provide a conceptual framework that gives analytical content to the previously vague distinction between "college" and noncollege jobs. We show that, when there is...
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This authors of this report also review the levels of development that support e-commerce in regions within Europe.
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Bei der Analyse der Tourismusentwicklung des südlichen Jütland kann ein divergierendes Verhalten dänischer bzw. deutscher Touristen beobachtet werden. Während die Dänen das Gebiet verstärkt bereisen (Ferienhäuser), nehmen die Besucherzahlen deutscher Touristen stetig ab, was u. a. darauf...
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