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Do commuters suffer from job--education mismatch?
Peter Huber , 2012, vol. 19, issue 4, pages 349-352
Applied Economics Letters Abstract:
Cross-border commuters from EU15 countries have lower over- but higher undereducation rates than noncommuters. For cross-border commuters from the NMS12 countries the opposite applies. Within-country commuters have lower over- but higher undereducation rates than noncommuters in both regions.
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