Analysis highlights the importance of a college education

Employers are increasingly seeking job candidates with bachelor's degrees for positions that did not formerly require a college education, according to a recent analysis by Burning Glass, a company that analyzes job ads. For example, jobs such as dental hygienists and electrical engineering technicians used to require only technical training. Now, many people looking to fill those types of jobs are looking for candidates with bachelor's degrees.

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