Entry-Level and Next-Step Jobs in the Low-Skill Job Market

Brief

Entry-Level and Next-Step Jobs in the Low-Skill Job Market

Brief No. 1
December 4, 2008

Abstract

This brief uses data from the 2007 Survey of Employers in the Low-Skill Labor Market to explore differences between noncollege jobs that have few if any requirements and those for which either a high school degree, prior experience, or previous skills training is extremely important.

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