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Print Email The city has nurtured more workers with a university degree in the past two decades, but less than half of them could take up top managerial and professional jobs and they made less money than older graduates, research from the Legislative Council secretariat has found.
It showed that the proportion of the local workforce with degree-level education had risen from 9 per cent to 29 per cent from to last year, but less than half of them could take up top-level managerial and professional jobs.
It showed that from tomanagerial, administrative and professional occupations could absorb only 38 per cent of additional workers with degrees, down from 47 per cent from to The research office said the job mismatch was because the creation of high-end jobs could not keep pace with manpower supply amid slow structural change towards knowledge-based activities.
It noted that more workers with degrees needed to take up less skilled occupations, resulting in a big wage discount.
The office said as a result of the gradual saturation of higher-end jobs, more degree holders ended up with lower-level jobs requiring less professional knowledge. From to26 per cent of the additional workforce with degree education worked as clerks, service workers or shop sales staff, more than twice the figure of 12 per cent from to The researchers also found that the proportion of employers in the local workforce had almost halved over the past two decades to just 3 per cent last year.
In particular, the proportion of younger people aged 34 and below among local employers shrank from 25 per cent to 9 per cent from to last year. The research also found the total number of casual employees, part-time employees and self-employed persons in the city rose by 40 per cent to aboutfrom to last year, or from a proportion of 12 per cent to 14 per cent of the total workforce.
The office said this flexible workforce was subject to greater job insecurity, less statutory employment benefits and lower employment income than permanent employees.
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