More college- and university-educated workers are scoring jobs in the U.S., reports Bloomberg.

In fact, it adds, “the unemployment rate of workers who hold a bachelor’s degree or higher [has sunk] to 2.8%, its lowest level since September 2008.”

As the number of available educated workers falls, predicts Bloomberg, they may find companies will offer increasingly competitive starting wages. Read more.

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