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Labor Secretary Robert Reich released a report, timed to his annual sizing-up of the American work force, saying it's getting tougher for people without college degrees. The wage and benefit gap between college graduates and less educated workers grew last year -- as it has for two decades. College-educated workers now face just 3 percent unemployment, while those without high school diplomas face 12 percent, Reich said. A key part of the gap seems to be computers: two-thirds of college graduates work on computers, in contrast to one-third of those without a degree.