Building on a theme we wrote about yesterday ...
NPR's Brian Naylor reported today on Morning Edition that:
"If the (Census) count is more accurate and efficient than usual this year, it may be due to the economy. Because of the recession, the Census Bureau has more highly qualified people helping to carry out the count than ever before."
Census Jobs Among Those Going To The Overqualified And Overeducated
That's another example of the trend we noted — a tough labor market is forcing many folks to take jobs for which they're overqualified or overeducated.
So, the question we started yesterday still stands: