The graph shows the actual and predicted change in employment in the UK, by education level

The graph shows the actual and predicted percentage change in
employment
in the UK, by
education
level since 1990 and predicts a trend until 2025. A growth in
employment
was noted in two educational levels - those with a master’s
degree
and a bachelor's
degree
.
First
, the
employment
rate of those with a bachelor's
degree
escalated to 14% in 2000 when it started fluctuating between 8% and 14%.
This
is expected to continue in the coming years.At the beginning, the rate of
employment
of those with a master's
degree
was slower but steadier than the growth rate of bachelor
degree
employment
.
However
, the situation changed in 2005 when
employment
of those with a higher
education
level rapidly escalated and the upward trend has been maintained since
then
and is expected to continue.
On the other hand
, job recruitment of people who graduated from high school and those without a school certificate has been steadily dropping since 1990.
Nonetheless
, the decrease in
employment
of high school graduates levelled off in 2020 and is expected to remain stable. Overall, the trends show that people with higher
education
are much more likely to be employed than those with lower
education
or none at all, and the trend is not likely to change in the future.

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