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Mal-employment rates of university graduates in the U.S. 2009, by major

This statistic shows the mal-employment rate (the rate at which university graduates are employed in jobs below their qualification level) in the United States in 2009, by field of study. In 2009, the mal-employment rate of bachelor's degree holders who had studied social sciences was 32.4 percent.

Mal-employment rates of university graduates in the United States 2009, by field of study

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Release date

June 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2009

Supplementary notes

Mal-employment refers to graduates who accept jobs well below their skill set or professional capacity.

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