PowerShell: Where-Object not working as a filter

I can't seem to limit this $userLicenses (without actually explicitly setting it)

What am I missing?

 $userLicenses = $userLicense | ? {$usersku -eq 'contoso:ENTERPRISEPACK'}

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$UserLicenses yields all the user's licence SKUs, instead of the one.
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 $userLicenses = $userLicense | ? {$_ -eq 'contoso:ENTERPRISEPACK'}

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Remember, you've got to filter based on the current object.

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Jason CrawfordTransport NinjaCommented:
What is the value of the $userLicense and $usersku variables?

Here's an example if you were working with objects returned from the Get-MsolAccountSku cmdlet:

Get-MsolAccountSku | Where-Object {$_.accountskuid -eq 'contoso:ENTERPRISEPACK'}

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