4 oct. 2012

People without an upper secondary education are less employable and more likely to get stuck in poverty traps...


How well are countries educating young people to the level needed for a job and a living wage?
    People without an upper secondary education are at significant risk of unemployment and poverty. While most OECD   countries have been able to expand educational opportunities so that more young people now have this minimum   qualification, some have been less successful in doing so. And the economic crisis that began in 2008 is revealing that an   upper secondary education is no longer solid insurance against unemployment and low wages.  

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