Sabato, 20 Ottobre 2018

Fewer than two employees in 10 have degree in Italy


Rome, August 14 - Fewer than two private sector
employees in 10 have a university degree in Italy, compared to a
European average of three, according to a 2013 report by
chambers of commerce association Unioncamere released Wednesday.
Great Britain and Spain ranked highest in Europe with four
in 10 workers who graduated from college, the report said.
In addition, Italian university graduates were often
overqualified for their jobs, a growing trend over the past few
years, according to the study.
Overall in 2012 less than one worker in five - 18.7% - aged
15 to 64 had a university degree in Italy, well under Great
Britain's 39,9%, Spain's 39.5%, France's 35.2% and Germany's
This is partly due to the fact that the average age of
Italian workers is higher, Unioncamere said, with the older
generation having a lower education level.
However, when the 25-49 age bracket was considered, the
situation improved only marginally, the study found, with
university graduates making up 20% of the workforce compared to
a European average of 34.7% with peaks in Great Britain where
45.5% of employees completed college, followed by Spain's 43.8%.

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