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Canadians are not alone in feeling undervalued in the workplace, as a new survey shows almost half of the population feels overqualified for their jobs.

The latest global work monitor survey released by recruitment firm Randstad showed 44 per cent of Canadians feel they are overqualified for the positions they fill, while one in five (20 per cent) feel under-qualified for their role.

Randstad surveyed employees in 32 countries for the poll, released Wednesday.

Hanna Vineberg, of Randstad Canada, said the findings raise questions about employee turnover and retention in the workplace…

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via Almost half of Canadians feel overqualified for their jobs: survey | CTV News.

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