Wages And The University Educated: A Paradox Resolved
Monthly Labor Review
Analysis of a new data base to study occupations and employment reveals a surplus of university graduates and a movement of many of these individuals, especially those with lower functional literacy, into high-school-level jobs; only university graduates with literacy skills commensurate with their education have received rising wages.
Frederic L. Pryor and D. Schaffer.
"Wages And The University Educated: A Paradox Resolved".
Monthly Labor Review.