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Number of graduates in non-graduate work increases


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Christopher Snowdon, the IEA’s Head of Lifestyle Economics, is quoted in the Daily Telegraph following publication of ONS statistics which show 18.9% of 35-49-year olds are considered “overeducated” for their current jobs.

Chris suggests Tony Blair’s push to get more young people into university has led to increasing numbers of graduates ending up in non-graduate work and saddled with high lives of student debt.

Read the full piece here.



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