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1 / 1 The Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist College poll finds that more than half of American workers think the technology sector is in decline.
That includes 62% of people with a college degree, up from 54% in 2010.
That is also the case among those who have completed their bachelor’s degree.
But it’s not clear how much of that is due to a shortage of graduates, and whether the job market is particularly tough for people with only a high school diploma.
The survey found that the proportion of workers who say the tech industry is in serious decline was 46% in March, the same month that President Donald Trump signed an executive order to help companies attract talent from overseas.
That number has grown since then.
But the percentage of workers saying the technology industry is recovering has not been as high as it was in recent years.
In recent years, it was just about half of those with a high-school degree, and more than a third of workers with college degrees.
And the survey found the share of workers holding college degrees rose to about one-third of the workforce in the early 2000s, before it started dropping.
It also found that nearly half of people in their 20s with a bachelor’s or higher degree are working in technology.
The share of those who said the tech sector is booming has not risen as fast.
It peaked in the late 1990s at about one in four, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
And even in the years since then, that number has not changed much, the poll found.
What does that mean for workers who have only a college education?
Some of those in their 30s and 40s, for instance, are the ones who may be the most vulnerable to a downturn in the tech market.
In the poll, nearly three-quarters of workers in their 40s said they are considering taking a job with no more than three years’ experience in the field.
Those who hold college degrees are more likely to say they will be unemployed in that same period, the survey said.
About three-in-ten workers with less than a high high school degree said they had a job offer but had turned it down, up slightly from a year earlier.
And about a third, 33%, said they were actively seeking jobs in the sector, up substantially from a few years ago.
The poll of 1,200 workers was conducted from Feb. 2-4, surveying 3,000 workers and using landline and cellphone interviews.
For more on the survey, see WSJ/NBC’s story here.
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