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Americans With More Education Have Taken Almost Every Job Created in the Recovery

Division between "college haves" and "college have-nots" part of greater shift in makeup of labor force

As the U.S. recovery lumbers into its eighth year, Americans with at least some higher education have fared especially well in the labor market. The less-schooled, however, have found a much grimmer reality. 

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