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The Changing Structure of Qualifications
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22 sub-major groups 2b Health A-level A-level or equivalent Actual and predicted age population analysis associate professions better qualified BTEC CEDEFOP clerical and secretarial Cont Corporate managers credentialist hypothesis decline demand for labour education and training Education Group Occupation educational attainment employed workforce Employment Research higher education higher qualifications highest qualifications held highly educated individuals highly qualified labour holding of qualifications hypothesis of skill imply increased holding indicates an occupation Institute of Employment job titles Labour Force Survey level of qualifications managerial and technical manual occupations methodology O-level O-level or equivalent occupations by qualification occupations SOC OECD overseas competition period Peter Elias predicted highest qualifications prof professional and technical qualifications structure Ressources Humaines secretarial occupations share of employment significantly skill biased changes structure of employment successive age group Table technical occupations technological change three percentage points total employment Trade UK labour market wage inequality Warwick University workforce holding