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Overeducation or decommissioning of a workforce increasingly educated is a social topical phenomenon that has attracted various research branches in the social sciences. This paper attempts to analyze the determinants of over-education.
The results we have generated reveal that women are more affected by over-education, social environment play an important role, lengthening the queue push graduates to accept a position of lesser qualification and the higher education of the dismissed are the least affected by the phenomenon. [googletranslate_en]