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  • Young Workers Change Jobs Frequently, Study Shows
    conducted in 2011 2012 According to the survey more than two thirds of the jobs held by high school dropouts lasted less than a year Women in the study group overall were more educated than the men Thirty two percent of the women earned a bachelor s degree compared with 24 percent of the male participants Overall 70 percent of the women had either some college or received a bachelor s degree compared to 61 percent of the men In the survey young adults born from 1980 to 1984 held an average of 6 2 jobs from ages 18 to 27 a 6 0 jobs for men and 6 3 for women The number of jobs held varied by educational levels more for women than for men For men it ranged from 5 9 jobs for those with less than a high school diploma to 6 0 jobs for those with a college bachelor s degree or higher For women those with less than a high school diploma held 4 9 jobs over the period while women with a bachelor s degree or higher held 6 9 jobs See Full Story on www thestreet com Filed Under Reviews Tagged With

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  • Job Survey
    survey is from interviews conducted in 2011 2012 According to the survey more than two thirds of the jobs held by high school dropouts lasted less than a year Women in the study group overall were more educated than the men Thirty two percent of the women earned a bachelor s degree compared with 24 percent of the male participants Overall 70 percent of the women had either some college or received a bachelor s degree compared to 61 percent of the men In the survey young adults born from 1980 to 1984 held an average of 6 2 jobs from ages 18 to 27 a 6 0 jobs for men and 6 3 for women The number of jobs held varied by educational levels more for women than for men For men it ranged from 5 9 jobs for those with less than a high school diploma to 6 0 jobs for those with a college bachelor s degree or higher For women those with less than a high school diploma held 4 9 jobs over the period while women with a bachelor s degree or higher held 6 9 jobs See Full Story on www thestreet com Filed

    Original URL path: http://personalbranding.sg/tag/job-survey/ (2014-06-18)
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