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Working Papers | April 1, 2020

Job Skills Requirements: Levels and Trends

Michael J. Handel

WP02-2020

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In this paper, existing evidence on levels of job skill requirements is examined to provide an understanding of historical trends and current levels. It also provides a frame of reference for evaluating predictions regarding future changes in job skill requirements.

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